The latest WT study article suggests,
If we courageously explain our Scriptural position to a Judge, we are delivering an important message. Caption, page 12 WT March 1, 2003, April 13 study “Be Courageous and Strong”
I thought it might be instructive to read a true Judge’s reaction to such testimony. The following is excerpted from the judgement of Madam Justice C. A. Kent, April 10, 2002.
 First, I had thought that we as a society had come to understand that what occurred under Nazi rule was a singular event because it was so horrible. It is not something that should be lightly used as a comparator. Second, if [Bethany’s mother] truly believes what she says, then it is a very strong indication that she has no perspective on her child's current medical situation. She cannot make decisions for her or advise her.
 That conclusion is fortified by [the mother’s] actions at the hospital. On March 4, Dr. Saunders writes at 1:15 p.m. (hospital records, p. 340), "[Bethany] struggled with her IV line during transfuse. 3 people required to hold her to keep her safe. I allowed Mom to stay if she promised not to touch her lines & use only verbal protest. She was unable to comply. I suggest that Mother not be by her side for next transfusion." It is troubling to hear that [Bethany’s] mother would risk harm to her child by tampering with medical equipment during a procedure. I am not talking about the long-term issues of whether or not to receive blood transfusions. I am talking about the immediate physical harm to [Bethany] if the lines were removed improperly.
Initially the Child co-operated with medical staff but voiced her objections to the transfusions in a way that did not place herself or others at harm. She has informed me that she had been instructed to "fight" by both the Mother and Mr. Gnam, counsel for the Child and she was confused how passive resistance would not be accepted as "fighting". Once the Mother began to attend during the blood transfusions, there was an immediate and noticeable deterioration of the Child's behavior; ...
The full judgement was posted here.
Fortunately for JW apologists, the WT article supplies a response to such an unfavourable result.
Some judges, however, have allowed themselves to be influenced by opposers. To such ones, the Scripture says: “Let yourselves be corrected.” para. 18
Bethany’s mother believed she behaved correctly in every respect. She remains a member in good standing to this day. She can remain secure in the belief that she did nothing wrong - even though she put her own daughter in harm’s way - because the WTS has so instructed her. According to WT thought, the Judge was in error and requires correction.
The WT should take care. Jehovah has a long-standing record on how He deals with stiff-necked people who refuse to be held to account.