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    • Forensic Mental Health: Assessments in Death Penalty Cases
      Document published by Oxford University Press in 2011
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      Forensic mental health assessments in death penalty cases are on the rise due in part to the continuing growth of forensic psychology and psychiatry as professions, combined with several recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions. Forensic mental health professionals are now conducting assessments at every stage of death penalty proceedings, ranging from pre-trial evaluations to determine eligibility for the death penalty to evaluations conducted post-sentencing and closer to the date of execution.
      David DeMatteo Daniel C. Murrie Natalie M. Anumba Michael E. Keesler / Oxford University Press
      United States (North America)
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