Judgment concerning what would be in the best interests of an 84-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s Disease in terms of her residence, care and support, and contact with her children.
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v AH & Ors (Serious Medical Treatment)  EWCOP 51
Judgment concerning whether the mechanical ventilation of a woman lacking capacity should be discontinued.
Judgment related to whether a young woman has the capacity to make decisions in a range of matters including the management of her own affairs.
Judgment concerning whether a young man had capacity, in particular with regards to his contacts and sexual relationships.
Application by CCG to determine whether they can administer the Astra Zeneca vaccine to a clinically vulnerable adult.
Application for the committal of one of the P's sons because of his breach of seven court orders. No custodial sentence or fine was imposed.
Application by the sister of the P to be made her personal welfare deputy and also for costs against the LA. Both applications were refused.
Application by NHS Trust seeking orders by which permission would be granted by the court to withdraw the life-sustaining treatment that the P currently receives. The application was granted.
Judgment concerning capacity and best interests of TS, together with an application for a deprivation of liberty order, who has a delusional disorder but needs to have a pacemaker fitted.
Case summaries on every Court of Protection case & other relevant decisions with links to the full judgment where available.
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