In Slovenia criminal law in practice does not put medical intervention performed ignoring patientćs consent under sanction. This situation is a result of traditionally weakly developed doctrine of patientćs autonomy in SFRY and Slovenia, and can be in terms of comparative law described as a remain of past era. With regard to several questions concerning the omission of medical aid to person, who commits suicide and refuses medical aid, Slovenian legal theory and even more the jurisprudence do not give clear answers. This is not a situation from which legal security of physicians would benefit. However, the personal rights of physicians can be described as relatively well developed.