Lawyers Who Break the Law: What Congress Can Do to Prevent Mental Health Patient Advocates from Violating Federal Legislation
Setting the Doubts About the Constitutionality of Outpatient Commitment
Assisted Outpatient Treatment: Review of New York Case Law And Beyond - Implications
A National Survey of the Use of Outpatient Commitment for Correction
Keys to Commitment
Involuntary Hospitalization in the Modern Era: Is "Dangerousness" Ambiguous or Obsolete?
Civil Commitment: Past, Present, and Future
Psychiatric Involuntary Treatment: Developments in Mental Hygiene Law in 1993
Conditional Discharge: A Very Old Idea Whose Time Has Returned
Violent Acts by Persons with Mental Illness: What Are Society's Options under the Current Law?
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