Constitutional Law -- Confinement of Nondangerous Mentally Ill Capable of Surviving Safely in Freedom Held to Violate Patient S Right to 'liberty'
Hancock, Gary C.
University of Richmond Law Review 1976 Winter; 10(2): 402-409
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