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Civil Practice – Involuntary Commitment – Insufficient Findings (access required)

In re Murrow Although the trial court made the ultimate findings that respondent “is mentally ill” and “is dangerous to self” and “others,” the only findings of fact in support of these ultimate findings were that respondent “contests commitment” and “is mentally ill, a danger to self/others, and in need of treatment.” These findings of fact were insufficient to support the ultimate findings as required by G.S. § 122C-268(j).

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