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45UMichJLReform561.pdf
The subject of this Article is people who have been civilly committed under a state’s parens patriae authority to care for those who are unable to care for themselves. These are people who, because of a mental illness, are a danger to themselves.…

16UPaJLAndSocChange203.pdf
This article argues that the decision whether to allow the government to administer involuntary antipsychotic medications should be made as quickly as possible, and for that reason, medical personnel should decide. Moreover, this article contends…

13WMAndMaryBillRtsJ871.pdf
Under the Sell test, the government may administer involuntary medication that is (1) "medically appropriate," (2) "substantially unlikely to have side effects that may undermine the fairness of the trial," (3) decided upon after "taking…

55VandLRev165.pdf
Determining whether to allow the administration of involuntary psychotropic medications to an incompetent pretrial detainee requires a court to consider multiple interests of both the detainee and the government. In the absence of clear guidance from…

46SanDiegoLRev161.pdf
This Article contends that when the government seeks to administer involuntary antipsychotic medications to an incompetent criminal defendant, the Due Process Clause analysis—which asks whether involuntary medical treatment is medically…

91OrLRev207.pdf
The cases discussed in this Article concern three general topics: the culpability of juvenile offenders; mental states and the criminal process, including the presentation of mental disorder evidence, competency to stand trial, and competency to be…
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