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    Observations of Reintegrative Shaming in a Mental Health Court

    by Bradley Ray, Cindy Brooks Dollar, and Kelly M. Thames (2011). "Observations of Reintegrative Shaming in a Mental Health Court." International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 34(1): 49-55. Mental health courts use principles of therapeutic jurisprudence to reduce criminal recidivism, improve the quality of life for mentally ill persons, and perhaps reduce the use of incarceration. At the core of mental health court interactions is the provision of more meaningful services directed at mentally...
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    Setting an Agenda for Family-Focused Justice Reform

    by Margaret diZerega and Jules Verdone (2011). Setting an Agenda for Family-Focused Justice Reform. New York: Vera Institute of Justice. Family involvement in juvenile and criminal justice practice is perhaps especially important for mentally ill persons being supervised by pretrial or community corrections agencies or confined in detention, jail, or prison facilities. But it is also germane to others who are being treated through these systems. The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) has...
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