Constitutional Law -- Due Process -- Minor Child May Be 'Voluntarily' Committed to Mental Institution by Parents or Guardian Following Precommitment Approval by a Staff Psychiatrist, Provided That the Child's Condition Is Then Periodically Reviewed
Koller, Helene M.
Villanova Law Review 1980 March; 25(3): 537-551
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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)