Landmark Cases in Forensic Psychiatry

  • Merrill Rotter Heather Cucolo Jeremy Colley
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Forensic psychiatry (the interface of psychiatry and the law), forensic psychology, and mental health law are growing and evolving subspecialties in their respective larger disciplines. Topics included in these fields include a range as diverse as capital sentencing guidelines, informed consent, and standards of care for mental health treatment. All of these topics need to be understood and mastered by clinicians, educators, administrators and attorneys working with psychiatric patients. This book brings together concise, comprehensive summaries of the most important "landmark" legal decisions relating to mental health practice in the United States. These decisions, along with their underlying reasonings, make up a critical portion of the national certification examination for forensic psychiatry offered by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN). Many of the themes are also tested in the ABPN certification examination for general psychiatry.This first edition of this book was the first to provide a combination of summaries of the relevant legal content paired with board-style test questions designed to help consolidate knowledge and prepare for certification. Cases with similar themes are grouped together with an eye toward helping the reader understand the evolution of legal and clinical thinking on a particular topic. In this new edition, the authors have updated all cases, and added chapters on new areas of the law with which forensic practitioners and trainess may interface. This book represents an important addition to the study tools and textbooks available related to psychiatry and the law and will serve as a useful reference for clinicians who must follow established legal requirements in their field.
The Forensic Psychiatry Paper Chase: Making the Case for the Landmark Cases Seminar SECTION I: Mental Health Practice Guidelines Chapter 1: Confidentiality and Privilege In re Lifschutz Doe v. RoeWhalen v. Roe In re Subpoena Served upon Zuniga State v. Andring Commonwealth v. Kobrin Menendez v. Superior Court Jaffee v. Redmond Chapter 2: Informed Consent Natanson v. Kline Canterbury v. Spence Kaimowitz v. Department of Mental Health for the State of Michigan Truman v. Thomas Clites v. Iowa Zinermon v. Burch Chapter 3: Duty to Protect Tarasoff v. Regents Lipari v. Sears Petersen v. Washington Jablonski v. U.S. Naidu v. Laird Chapter 4: Expert Testimony Frye v. U.S. State v. Hurd People v. Shirley Rock v. Arkansas Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals General Electric v. Joiner Kumho Tire Co. v. Carmichael Buck v. Davis* Chapter 5: Questions on Mental Health Practice Guidelines SECTION II: Institutional Treatment Guidelines Chapter 6: Civil Commitment Lake v. Cameron Baxstrom v. Herold Lessard v. Schmidt O'Connor v. Donaldson Addington v. Texas Parham v. J.R. Chapter 7: Right to Die Cruzan v. Director of Missouri Department of Mental Health Washington v. Glucksberg Vacco v. Quill Chapter 8: Right to Treatment Rouse v. Cameron Wyatt v. Stickney Youngberg v. Romeo Chapter 9: Right to Refuse Treatment Application of the President and Directors of Georgetown University Superintendent of Belchertown State School et al. v. Joseph Saikewicz In the Matter of the Guardianship of Richard Roe, III Rennie v. Klein Rogers v. Commissioner Chapter 10: Questions on Institutional Treatment Guidelines SECTION III: Child and Adolescent Issues Chapter 11: Child Abuse Reporting Landeros v. Flood People v. Stritzinger DeShaney v. Winnebago Chapter 12: Child Custody and Parental Competencies Painter v. Bannister Santosky v. Kramer Chapter 13: Juvenile Rights In re Gault Graham v. Florida Miller v. Alabama Chapter 14: EAHCA (Education for All Handicapped Children Act); IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) Hendrick Hudson Board of Education v. Rowley Irving Independent School District v. Tatro Chapter 15: Questions on Child and Adolescent Issues SECTION IV: Tort Law Chapter 16: ADA and Disability Rights Carter v. General Motors City of Cleburne, Tex. v. Cleburne Living CtrBragdon v. Abbott Pennsylvania v. Yeskey Olmstead v. Zimring Toyota v. Williams Hargrave v. Vermont U.S. v. Georgia Disability Rights New Jersey, Inc. v. Comm'r, New Jersey Dep't of Human Services*Sheehan v. City of San Francisco* Chapter 17: Emotional Harm Dillon v. Legg Thing v. La Chusa Chapter 18: Clinical Practice Liability Roy v. Hartogs Aetna v. McCabe Mazza v. Medical Mutual Insurance Company of North Carolina Wickline v. State Wilson v. Blue Cross of Southern California Chapter 19: Sexual Harassment Meritor Savings Bank v. Vinson Harris v. Forklift Systems, Inc. Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, Inc. Chapter 20: Questions on Tort Law SECTION V: Criminal Law and Incarceration Chapter 21: Criminal Procedure Miranda v. Arizona North Carolina v. Alford Colorado v. Connelly Robinson v. California Powell v. Texas Commonwealth of Massachussetts v. Eldred* Chapter 22: Criminal Competencies Dusky v. U.S. Wilson v. U.S. Jackson v. Indiana Drope v. Missouri Medina v. CaliforniaGodinez v. Moran Cooper v. Oklahoma Indiana v. Edwards Trueblood v. Washington State Dep't of Social and Health Services* Chapter 23: Diminished Capacity People v. Patterson Ibn-Tamas v. U.S. People v. Saille Montana v. Egelhoff Chapter 24: Insanity M'Naghten's Case Durham v. U.S. Washington v. U.S. Frendak v. U.S. Jones v. U.S. U.S. v. Torniero Foucha v. Louisiana Clark v. Arizona Chapter 25: Prisoners' Rights Estelle v. Gamble Vitek v. Jones Washington v. Harper Riggins v. Nevada Farmer v. Brennan Sell v. U.S. Brown v. Plata Taylor v. Barkes* Chapter 26: Death Penalty Estelle v. Smith Ake v. Oklahoma Ford v. Wainwright Payne v. Tennessee State v. Perry Atkins v. Virginia Roper v. Simmons Panetti v. Quarterman Ryan v. Gonzales* Hall v. Florida* Moore v. Texas* McWilliams v. Dunn* Chapter 27: Sex Offenders Specht v. Patterson Allen v. Illinois In re Young and Cunningham Kansas v. Hendricks McKune v. Lile Kansas v. Crane U.S. v. Comstock Does #1-5 v. Snyder* Millard v. Rankin* Chapter 28: Questions on Criminal Law and Incarceration SECTION VI: Miscellaneous Chapter 29: Immigration Padilla v. KentuckyMatter of M-A-M Chapter 30: Gun Ownership District of Columbia v. HellerMcDonald v. City of ChicagoWollschloaeger v. Governor of Florida Tyler v. Hillsdale County Sheriff's Department Chapter 31: Questions on Immigration and Gun Ownership Appendix A: The Bill of Rights and Fourteenth Amendment, U.S. Constitution Appendix B: Federal vs. State Jurisdiction and the Supreme Court Appendix C: Geographic Boundaries of the U.S. and DC Circuit Courts of Appeal Appendix D: Glossary of Terms
Uitgavejaar 2019
ISBN 9780190914424
Serie Landmark Papers In
Verschijningsdatum 24 okt. 2019
Omvang 288
Editie 2nd Revised edition
Auteur(s) Merrill Rotter Heather Cucolo Jeremy Colley
Bindwijze Paperback
Taal Engels
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