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Insane, innocent, or merely dishonest?

I have now worked on my third court ordered criminal evaluation in which I could not decide whether the defendant was mentally ill, simply dishonest or wrongly accused. A variety of psychological conditions could cause a criminal defendant to incorrectly … Continue reading

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The Borderline Plaintiff

The Borderline Plaintiff is a problem for attorneys who may lack the clinical skills to recognize that some of their clients have serious, but often undetectable, emotional issues. ¬†Psychologists often take many years learning to deal with individuals with Borderline … Continue reading

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