Georgetown College v. Jones
Significance, Crisis Develops At Georgetown Hospital, Impact, Refusal Of Treatment, Further Readings
President and Directors of Georgetown College
Jessie E. Jones
That the school's hospital should be able to administer a blood transfusion to Mrs. Jones despite the Jones' refusal to permit the transfusion based on religious principle.
Chief Lawyers for Appellants
Peter R. Taft, Harold Ungar, Edward Bennett Williams
Chief Lawyers for Appellee
Ralph H. Decker, Bernard Margolius
J. Skelly Wright
Date of Decision
3 February 1964
Ruled in favor of Georgetown that all necessary blood transfusions to sustain life should be administered.
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