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Criminal Procedure (Mentally Impaired Persons) Act 2003

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Criminal Procedure (Mentally Impaired Persons) Act 2003

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This topic, as well as our four related topics immediately below, give you everything you will need to know aout mentally or psychological disabled people.

Insanity as a Defence

Mental Health

Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992

Intellectual Disability (Compulsory Care and Rehabilitation) Act 2003

We provide you with a direct link to the Criminal Procedure (Mentally Impaired Persons) Act 2003.  

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"Thanks for your website, Netlaw. I have a brother who gets into all sorts of fairly minor problems with the police although there was a robbery once. But the thing is that he clearly has mental problems which affect his personality and the way he acts. He is a medical problem rather than a criminal law problem. But the difficulty is trying to understand all the law relating to such people. If you include the insanity definition in the Crimes Act then there are at least 6 Acts of Parliament to read and try and inter-relate. Our family thinks this is really unnecessary. Lou R - Christchurch."
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"Thanks for your website, Netlaw. I have a brother who gets into all sorts of fairly minor problems with the police although there was a robbery once. But the thing is that he clearly has mental problems which affect his personality and the way he acts. He is a medical problem rather than a criminal law problem. But the difficulty is trying to understand all the law relating to such people. If you include the insanity definition in the Crimes Act then there are at least 6 Acts of Parliament to read and try and inter-relate. Our family thinks this is really unnecessary. Lou R - Christchurch."
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"David Bain is innocent - Miriam C - Auckland"
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