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Survival of the Sanest

Order and Disorder in a Pre-Trial Psychiatric Clinic
  • 310 Pages
  • 1.41 MB
  • English
University of Toronto Press
Forensic Medicine, Psychiatry, Forensic Psychiatry, Medical / Nursing, Psych
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11208028M
ISBN 100802058272
ISBN 139780802058270

Survival of the Sanest Book Description: In this study of pre-trial clinical assessment, Robert Menzies examines a key element in our system of criminal justice and finds is wanting.

Survival of Survival of the Sanest book Sanest Order and Disorder in a Pre-trial Psychiatric Clinic His book calls into question the entire process by which the state determines that defendants are – or are not – mentally fit to stand trial.

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When not creating, he likes to read books, listen to music and watch subtitled Scandinavian Noir (it started with Wallander and never stopped - and yes, he's read the books too).

A solitary animal by nature, he nevertheless lives with his long-suffering wife, two adult children and a cat. It's just possible the cat is the sanest one of them all.