What would you like to do?
Well I don't think you can charge someone for killing themselves. __________________ That's true, but if you attempt suicide and live, as so many maimed unfortunate people d…o, then you can be charged for a lot of expenses. Suicide also nullifies life insurance policies, so it costs a lot more for the people left behind. It is a big mess all around. My mom worked in a hospice taking care of several people who had tried to commit suicide and just succeeded in making their lives more unbearable (one guy tried to shoot himself, and his gun slipped and he blew his face off, but didn't touch his brain... so he had to live with an open wound for a face... for a long time). It's an all-around bad idea... especially for the people left behind who have to clean up the mess. It is illegal in Alaska. The penalty for attempted suicide is death.
No, suicide has not been a crime in any US State in approximately 20 years. Those states where it was a crime then were exceedingly rare (only 2 of 50). Most had de-criminaliz…ed Note that an attempted suicide is near conclusive proof that you are a danger to yourself and will likely result in involuntary commitment to a State psychiatric facility.
She stabbed her self with Romeo's Dagger
Not in a strictly legal sense. Many years prior to his election, Andrew Jackson shot and killed a man in a duel, but that was not considered homicide or murder at that ti…me and place.
Suicide has historically been treated as a criminal matter in many parts of the world. Although a person who has successfully committed suicide might be thought to be beyond t…he reach of the law (since they are dead), there could still be legal consequences. The associated matters of assisting a suicide and attempting suicide are, or have been, also dealt with by the laws of some jurisdictions. (Wikipedia) See the link below for more.
There were rumors that Warren G. Harding may have taken his own life in the wake- or spillage- of the Tea Pot Dome scandal involving at base- an oil refinery. ( some things ne…ver change)- The Sinclair company was also implicated, but survived.
It would be double-devil bad business if the Head of the Church sinned against the Holy Spirit in such as gross fashion. Popes ( owing in part to the age factor) have died fai…rly young in their tenure- but suicide- it is out of the question.
There are no cities where no one has commitied suicide. Millions of people die each day, so there is a 6 percent suicide rate for the world.
The following US Representatives and Senators committed suicide while in office: SC Rep. James Blair (1834), PA Rep. William S. Ramsey (1840), AL Rep. Felix Grundy McConne…ll (1846), KS Senator James H. Lane (1866), CT Senator Frank Brandegee (1924), IL Senator Joseph McCormick (1925), PA Rep. Samuel Kendall (1933), NC Rep. Joseph W. Ervin (1945), WY Senator Lester Hunt (1954), PA Rep. Douglas Elliot (1960), MD Rep. William Mills (1973), and NC Senator John P. East (1986). The majority killed themselves in Washington DC.
No........... One of the rumors floating around after Warren Harding's death was that he committed suicide to avoid impeachment and disgrace. However, it is more likely that h…e had coronary artery disease due to his unhealthy lifestyle, and medical negligence contributed to his death. There was a strange mix of folk medicine and evolving science during this period. Distinguished physicians often recommended smoking for their tense patients, so ignorance was a common occurrence in medical circles of the time. References: "The Strange Life and Death of President Harding" by Russell Aiuto
No, because if you try to kill yourself and succeed its suicide but if try to kill yourself and fail then its attempted suicide.
they rarely do
One can never know what another is thinking.
It might or might not! It's hard to answer that question! :'C