Institutionalizing the Rights of Mental Patients: Committing the Legislature
Morris, Grant H
California Law Review 62(3): 957-1024, May 1974.
Communication; Community Services; Confidentiality; Dangerousness; Duty to Warn; Employment; Government; Institutional Policies; Institutionalized Persons; Involuntary Commitment; Legal Rights; Legislation; Medical Records; Model Legislation; Patients; Patients' Rights; Privacy; Property Rights; Property; Records; Remuneration; Right to Treatment; Rights; Standards; Treatment Refusal;
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Constitutional Law -- Due Process -- Prior to Voluntary Commitment by a Parent or Guardian to a State Mental Institution, Children Under the Age of 18 Are Entitled to Specific Procedural Due Process Rights Which Cannot Be Waived by The Committing Adult. Bartley v. Kremens (E.D. Pa. 1975) Garrity, James J. (1976-08)