Constitutional rights of the mentally ill: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Eighty-seventh Congress, first session ...
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights. [from old catalog]
U. S. Govt. Prtin. Off., 1961 - Law - 825 pages
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CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF WITNESSES
Deutsch Albert author and journalist Washington D C
Braceland Dr Francis J representative National Association of Mental
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adjudication administration admitted American American Psychiatric Association application attorney authority certification Chairman civil commitment commitment procedures committee competent confinement counsel Creech crime criminal custody dangerous defendant determination discharge District of Columbia Doctor Draft Act due process Durham Durham rule evidence examination experience facilities fact Farrell Federal Government guardian guilty by reason Guttmacher habeas corpus hearing incompetent individual insanity defense involuntary involuntary commitment issue Judge Biggs judicial jurisdiction jury legal guardian legislation matter ment mental condition mental disease mental health mental hospital mental patients Mentally 111 mentally ill person Miss Zenoff notice opinion Overholser period physician pital problem proceedings proposed patient protect provisions psychiatric psychiatrists question reason of insanity release responsibility right to treatment rule sanity Senator Ervin Senator Hruska Senator Keating staff statement statute testimony tion trial United veteran voluntary admission voluntary patient