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A brief commentary on a booklet, published under the auspices of the London-based Royal College of Psychiatrists, which examines the concept and implications of psychiatric assessment of dangerousness, including the pros and cons of weighing value judgments in the decision of whether or not to release a mentally abnormal offender. (KIE abstract)
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