§ 2505. Causing or Aiding Suicide

(a) Causing suicide as criminal homicide. —A person may be convicted of criminal homicide for causing another to commit suicide only if he intentionally causes such suicide by force, duress or deception.
(b) Aiding or soliciting suicide as an independent offense.–A person who intentionally aids or solicits another to commit suicide is guilty of a felony of the second degree if his conduct causes such suicide or an attempted suicide, and otherwise of a misdemeanor of the second degree.

Credits
1972, Dec. 6, P.L. 1482, No. 334, § 1, effective June 6, 1973.

Offense Gravity Score and Prior Record Score Points:

§ 2505(a)     Suicide, causing (as homicide/murder 1)     penalty is death or life imprisonment     4 points

§ 2505(a)     Suicide, causing (as homicide/murder 2)     penalty is life imprisonment    4 points

§ 2505(a)     Suicide, causing (as homicide/murder 3)     F-1     OGS=14     4 points

§ 2505(a)     Suicide, causing (as homicide/vol manslaughter)     F-1     OGS=11     4 points

§ 2505(a)     Suicide, causing (as homicide/invol. manslaughter)     M-1     OGS=6     1 point

§ 2505(a)     Suicide, causing (as homicide/invol. manslaughter-victim <12 yrs.)     F-2     OGS=8     2 points

§ 2505(a)     Suicide, causing (as homicide/invol. manslaughter-w/DUI or BUI conv.)  M-1  OGS=8   1 point

§ 2505(b)     Suicide, aiding or abetting (positive result)     F-2     OGS=6     2 points

§ 2505(b)     Suicide, aiding or soliciting (no result)     M-2     OGS=2     m