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Past behavior alone can’t justify involuntary commitment (access required)

An involuntary commitment order entered against a Mecklenburg County man has been vacated by the North Carolina Court of Appeals because the trial judge’s findings, which included the man’s delusions that he was a military commander with his own intelligence network, didn’t support a conclusion that he was a danger to himself or others. After an ...

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