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Civil Practice – Involuntary Commitment – Danger to Self or Others – Insufficient Findings – Conspiracy Theories (access required)

In re Richardson The trial court found that respondent (1) was hospitalized twice in the preceding year; (2) was diagnosed with chronic schizophrenia and delusional disorder; (3) was taking the anti-psychotic drug Respirdal; (4) believes that the government is trying to control him, keeps to himself, and eats only pre-packaged foods; and (5) feels his parents are on the side of the government, despite their support. These findings do not indicate that respondent is a danger to himself or others.

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