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Kentucky Laws on Assisted Suicide
Kentucky Revised Statutes Section 216.302


216.302 Causing a suicide -- Assisting in a suicide.

(1) A person commits a Class C felony when the person knowingly by force or duress causes another person to commit or to attempt to commit suicide.

(2) A person commits a Class D felony when the person, with the purpose of assisting another person to commit or to attempt to commit suicide, knowingly and intentionally either:

(a) Provides the physical means by which another person commits or attempts to commit suicide; or

(b) Participates in a physical act by which another person commits or attempts to commit suicide.



Source: Kentucky Legislature, "Kentucky Revised Statutes," www.lrc.ky.gov (accessed Nov. 7, 2012)