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



The widow of a Falklands War serviceman who took legal action because she wanted to use embryos created using his sperm presented a "powerful and moving" case, one of Britain's most senior judges has said.
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... read more

 
12 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 23
Source: Belper News
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