Friday, February 08, 2008

Competency To Stand Trial

Forensic Psychology

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Given that forensic psychologists often conduct competency-to-stand-trial evaluations, I thought it would be useful to draw your attention to a number of insightful posts on the topic. All the posts listed below come courtesy of the always engaging blog "Postcards From The Id".

I strongly recommend that you bookmark this great blog which is described by the author as follows, "A father, husband, and forensic psychologist examines the "lighter" side of clinical and forensic psychology, with pop culture and other personal interests thrown in for good measure."

An Introduction To Competency

The Doctrine of Competency

The Legal Process for Competency to Stand Trial

Competency Myth 1 : Incompetence to Stand Trial = Mental Illness

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