Trial in Defendants Who Do Not Want to Be Defended against the Crimes

Abstract

Implicit but significant assumptions made in the criminal justice system include beliefs that criminals do not commit crimes to be tried and convicted and that, once arrested, defendants' primary motives are to avoid or minimize the legal consequences of the charges they face. When those assumptions are not correct, clinicians and legal decision makers are… (More)

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@inproceedings{Miller2005TrialID, title={Trial in Defendants Who Do Not Want to Be Defended against the Crimes}, author={Robert David Miller}, year={2005} }