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Mentally Disordered Accused and the Justice System in British Columbia

This publication explains how cases involving mentally disordered accused are handled by the justice system. It describes what happens when a person accused of a crime is found either unfit to stand trial or not criminally responsible for an offence, because of a mental disorder.

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produced by
BC Ministry of Attorney General
produced in
2003
resource type
basics
tags
fitness to stand trial