Assessment order - statement of rights
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Assessment order - statement of rights

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Title: Assessment order - statement of rights (Links to English resource)
Summary: Statement of Rights to be given to person for whom a Court Assessment Order is made. A court assessment order helps the court to find out if you need compulsory treatment for mental illness. A psychiatrist will examine you to find out if you need compulsory treatment and report back to the court. The psychiatrist will listen to what you have to say about whether you need compulsory treatment.
Organisation: Department of Health & Human Services
Publishing date: June 2014
Last reviewed: March 2015
Target audience: General

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