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April 14, 1999 | Associated Press
Some major events in Dr. Jack Kevorkian's assisted suicide campaign: June 4, 1990: Janet Adkins, 54, of Portland, Ore., becomes the first person to use a suicide machine developed by Kevorkian. Murder charges are dropped when a judge rules Michigan has no law against assisted suicide. November 1991: Michigan suspends Kevorkian's medical license. May 2, 1994: Kevorkian acquitted of assisted suicide. March 8, 1996: Kevorkian acquitted of two assisted suicides.
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April 14, 1999 | Associated Press
Some major events in Dr. Jack Kevorkian's assisted suicide campaign: June 4, 1990: Janet Adkins, 54, of Portland, Ore., becomes the first person to use a suicide machine developed by Kevorkian. Murder charges are dropped when a judge rules Michigan has no law against assisted suicide. November 1991: Michigan suspends Kevorkian's medical license. May 2, 1994: Kevorkian acquitted of assisted suicide. March 8, 1996: Kevorkian acquitted of two assisted suicides.
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