Crime and Mental Health Law in New South Wales, 3rd edition
A practical guide to the law on mental health issues that arise within the criminal justice framework in New South Wales
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Crime and Mental Health Law in New South Wales, 3rd edition is a practical guide to the law on mental health issues that arise within the criminal justice framework in New South Wales. It offers comprehensive coverage and clear explanations of all of the important topics in this field and is an ideal resource for lawyers, mental health professionals, correctional health personnel, and anyone else engaged in the fields of criminal law and forensic mental health, or students with an interest in pursuing studies or a career in these areas.
- Practical guidance for practitioners
- Expert authors
- Coverage of developments in legislation and case law
Fairall & Barrett, Criminal Defences, 5th Edition 2017
Croft et al, Waller & Williams Criminal Law: Text and Cases, 13th Edition 2016
Table of contents
- Frequently Encountered Psychiatric Illnesses and Conditions
- Intellectual Disability, Cognitive Impairment, Mental Illness and Mental Conditions – General Considerations
- Mental Health Act 2007: Care, Treatment and Control
- Management of Forensic and Correctional Patients under the Mental Health (Forensic Provisions) Act 1990
- Fitness to Stand Trial
- The Defence of Mental Illness
- The Partial Defence of Substantial Impairment
- The Interaction of Mental Illness with Other Defences
- Risk: Assessment, Management and Applicable Legal Principles
- Further Sentencing Considerations
- Psychiatric Reports and Opinions
- Psychological Assessment in a Forensic Context
- Psychiatrists and Psychologists in Court Part I: On Being an Expert Witness
- Psychiatrists and Psychologists in Court Part II: The Legal Profession’s View
- Controversial Syndromes and Evidentiary Issues
- Summary Diversion in the Local Court
- Forensic and Correctional Mental Health Services in New South Wales
- Child and Adolescent Forensic Psychiatry