A judge violated an insanity acquittee's due process right to be heard when she said that state mental health officials could apply to the court without notice for a temporary order of confinement for an examination if the acquittee violated conditions of his release, a split appellate panel has ruled.
Mechanism for Confinement Violates Due Process, Panel Says
New York Law Journal
November 30, 2012
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