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  • On-demand
  •  1.25 Ethics

Psychologist and attorney Phillip M. Lyons, Jr., J.D., Ph.D., provides an overview of the process from arrest to courtroom. He will define legal, clinical and ethical responsibilities and events at each stage of the criminal process to include a timeline of the criminal process, the stages in prosecution of criminal charges, and an overview of the state court system.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.5 Ethics

Psychiatrists Matthew Faubion, M.D., Gianina Gomez, M.D., and psychologist Billy James, Ph.D., describe three current issues impacting the delivery of forensic mental health services in Texas. “Manifest dangerousness” is defined and unpacked in how it applies to individual patients and their movement to various settings along continuum of forensic care in Texas. This presentation includes an overview of service availability, fiscal constraints, standards of professional service, legal definitions, Dangerousness Review Board, transitional settings and services available, as well as case studies.

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  • On-demand
  •  2.0 Ethics

Ollie J. Seay, Ph.D., is a psychologist who performs forensic evaluations of persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. In her presentation, she outlines the vulnerabilities of and fact about individuals with intellectual disabilities within the criminal justice system. She reviews the elements required for the diagnosis of intellectual disability, and discusses the difficulties encountered by individuals with intellectual disability during various stages from arrest to incarceration.

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  • On-demand
  •  2.0 Ethics

Psychologist Stephen Thorne, Ph.D., provides an overview of issues that should be considered in the forensic evaluation of juveniles. He identifies resources for ethical guidelines for conducting these evaluations and provides a review of relevant Texas law. He further describes way in which juvenile forensic evaluations differ from adult forensic evaluations through presentation of research findings.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.25 Ethics

Psychologist and attorney Phillip M. Lyons, Jr., J.D., Ph.D., dives into the Code of Criminal Procedure (46C) Insanity Defense standards and procedures, as well as those of other mental incapacities. Dr. Lyons will provide a brief overview of the topic history, Texas case law related to insanity, related Texas Statutes and procedures including, but not limited to, TCCP 46C, and conclusions.

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  • On-demand
  •  2.0 Ethics

Maureen Burrows, M.D., M.P.H., is a psychiatrist who performs sanity evaluations. She reviews historical origins of the insanity plea, the Texas definition of insanity, and element of the sanity evaluation. She then discusses diagnoses commonly associated with insanity pleas, report writing, and treatment following an insanity ruling.

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  • On-demand
  •  2.0 Ethics

Psychologist and attorney J. Ray Hays, Ph.D., J.D., provides an overview on how to identify federal rules on expert testimony. This course will include a study of case law (Frye, Daubert, Joiner, Kumho), reviewing Federal Rules, and an overview of the ways expert testimony is judged. Additionally, state requirements and practicalities will be discussed with an explanation of the laws in Texas relating to insanity, competency, and expert testimony. Incompetent vs. Insane, expectations of lawyers, and requirements to testify topics will be discussed.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.5 Ethics

Psychologist Billy James, Ph.D., and psychiatrist Matthew Faubion, M.D., describe the legal, clinical, and ethical aspects in conducting competency to stand trial evaluations. Drs. James and Faubion will provide historical perspective in reviewing case studies such as Dusky v. United States. There will be a highlight of the Code of Criminal Procedure (4B) procedures and practices and an overview of what conducting this 46B evaluation entails. Special issues and case examples will be discussed.

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  • On-demand
  •  1.25 Ethics

Psychiatrists Matthew Faubion, M.D., and Gianina Gomez, M.D., will identify Code of Criminal Procedure (46C) processes and practices, and they will discuss key legal, clinical, and ethical issues in insanity evaluations. During this presentation, Drs. Faubion and Gomez will provide legal standards, a review of relevant records, examination of defendants, collateral interviews and formulating opinions based off of this information.

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