War veteran's widow gave 'moving' case to have dead husband's baby, says judge

War veteran's widow gave 'moving' case to have dead husband's baby, says judge
 

Occupational therapist Samantha Jefferies, 42, of Winchelsea, East Sussex, last month won a High Court fight for the right to have her late husband Clive's child.
Sir James Munby, the judge who ruled in her favour, published a written ruling on the case on Wednesday and said Mrs Jefferies had "painted a vivid and compelling picture".
Mr and Mrs Jefferies had been undergoing fertility treatment, Sir James - the most senior family court judge in England and Wales - had heard.
In 2013 Mr Jefferies' sperm had been frozen.
Embryos created from Mr Jefferies' sperm and Mrs Jefferies'... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 25
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