A Prescription for Dignity: Rethinking Criminal Justice and Mental Disability Law by Michael L. Perlin
Through the study of the treatment of persons with intellectual disabilities in the criminal justice system, this book presents new perspectives of great importance for understanding the ways in which…
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Through the study of the treatment of persons with intellectual disabilities in the criminaljustice system, this book presents new perspectives of great importance for understanding the ways in which the society provides criminal defendants with prejudice, attitudes of responsibility, free will, independence, choice and public safety. , The meaning and purpose of the sentence, with all the focus on ways to enhance dignity in the criminal trial process.
Is a detailed exploration of the issues of the adequacy of the lawyer; the impact of international human rightslaw after the ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD); The impact of doctrinal jurisprudence, procedural justice, and restorative justice on the legal process. It considers all these perspectives in the context of criminaljustice system issues such as efficiency outcomes and defense of madness and governance.
Demonstrate how the issue of treating persons with mental disabilities in the criminaljustice system is not only a vital issue for researchers and practitioners, but also a central aspect of international human rightslaw, this book proposes policy development, further scientific inquiry, Criminal justice system.
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