In their Eastern District Roundup, Schlam Stone & Dolan's Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan review decisions that allowed the government to continue medicating a defendant involuntarily to render him competent to stand trial, even though the first course of treatment, with a different medication, had failed; held that the New York law banning "metal knuckles" was not unconstitutionally vague; and more.
Involuntary Medication, Extradition, Third-Party Reliance and Fraud
New York Law Journal
December 14, 2012
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