Indiana v. Davis: Revisiting Due Process Rights of Permanently Incompetent Defendants
Morris, Douglas R.
Parker, George F.
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 2009; 37(3): 380-385
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Criminal Law -- Incompetency -- Commitment of Incurably Incompetent Defendant to Institution Until Such Time as He Became Sane Constituted a Virtual Imprisonment for Life in Violation of His Equal Protection and Due Process Rights. Jackson V. Indiana, 406 $.S. 715 (1972) Walker, Ronald B. (1973-02)