What would Terri want?
That was the question Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge George Greer sought to answer in the 2000 right-to-die trial. At this point, Terri Schiavo had been in a persistent vegetative state for 10 years. Her parents wanted to keep her alive. Her husband said she wouldn't have wanted to exist with the help of machines. In this photo, Robert Schindler looked away as the court played a videotape of his daughter. Greer ultimately ruled on behalf of Michael Schiavo.