Death Penalty: May the State Treat, Over His Objection, a Capital Murder Inmate Who, as a Result of Mental Illness, Is Found to Be a Danger to Self and Others, When a Concurrent Effect of the Treatment Is the Restoration of Competency to Be Executed?
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 2000; 28(2): 247-248
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