Hearing oral argument in a case that could determine whether a person could break the law by aiding someone in a failed suicide, First District Court of Appeal Justices Carol Corrigan and Joanne Parrilli lightened things up by using each other as examples in their hypothetical scenarios.

Parrilli got the ball rolling by asking a glad-to-cooperate San Jose lawyer why she wouldn’t be culpable for providing pills to help Corrigan, her friend of 27 years, attempt suicide.

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