Sexually Violent Predator Laws: Psychiatry in Service to a Morally Dubious Enterprise
Janus, Eric S.
Lancet 2004 December; 364(Special Issue): 50-51
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Normative Versus Consequential Ethics in Sexually Violent Predator Laws: An Ethics Conundrum for Psychiatry Sreenivasan, Shoba; Frances, Allen; Weinberger, Linda E (2010)Nineteen states and the federal government have statutes for the civil commitment of sexually violent predators (SVP). The American Psychiatric Association has vigorously opposed SVP laws, citing the abuse of both individual ...
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