Commentary: When Is a Practice Guideline Only a Guideline?
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 2008; 36(3): 302-305
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AAPL Practice Guideline for Forensic Psychiatric Evaluation of Defendants Raising the Insanity Defense Giorgi-Guarnieri, Deborah; Janofsky, Jeffrey; Keram, Emily; Lawsky, Sarah; Merideth, Philip; Mossman, Douglas; Schwartz-Watts, Donna; Scott, Charles; Thompson, John, Jr.; Zonana, Howard (2002)
Mossman, Douglas; Noffsinger, Stephen G; Ash, Peter; Frierson, Richard L; Gerbasi, Joan; Hackett, Maureen; Lewis, Catherine F; Pinals, Debra A; Scott, Charles L; Sieg, Karl G; Wall, Barry W; Zonana, Howard V (American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 2007)Competence to stand trial is a legal construct used to identify those criminal defendants who have the requisite mental capacity to understand the nature and objective of the proceedings against them and to participate ...
Gold, Liza H.; Anfang, Stuart A.; Drukteinis, Albert M.; Metzner, Jeffrey L.; Price, Marilyn; Wall, Barry W.; Wylonis, Lauren; Zonana, Howard V. (2008)