Toward A therapeutic jurisprudence model for civil commitment Striking the balance between coercion and autonomy : therapeutic jurisprudence insights on coercion and its consequences and application in the civil commitment process Civil commitment criteria : an overview The limits of parens patriae commitment : how incompetency should be defined and determined The outer limits of police power commitment : the civil commitment of sex offenders Application of civil commitment criteria : the civil commitment hearing Voluntary hospitalization Rights within the institution and the standards governing their exercise or waiver Outpatient commitment
International human rights law limitations on civil commitment Conclusion: therapeutic jurisprudence's challenge to civil commitment law and practice.
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