Civil Practice – Involuntary Commitment – Ultimate Findings – ‘Mentally Ill’ & Danger to Self & Others – Insufficient Supporting FindingsIn re Murrow The trial court’s findings -- that respondent “contests commitment” and “is mentally ill, a danger to self/others, and in need of treatment” -- are insufficient to support the court’s ultimate findings of fact that respondent “is mentally ill” and “is dangerous to self” and “others.”
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Published: July 20, 2012
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