Mental Health Review Tribunal

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Daily Examiner
Parents killer found not guilty due to psychosisat the time he shot his parents. He ordered him to be detained in a correction
Parents killer found not guilty due to psychosis
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
at the time he shot his parents. He ordered him to be detained in a correctional centre or mental health unit until the Mental Health Review Tribunal deemed him fit to return to society, if that time ever arrived. Settree also pleaded guilty to... Read more
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Northern Star
Parents killer found not guilty due to psychosisat the time he shot his parents. He ordered him to be detained in a correction
Parents killer found not guilty due to psychosis
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
at the time he shot his parents. He ordered him to be detained in a correctional centre or mental health unit until the Mental Health Review Tribunal deemed him fit to return to society, if that time ever arrived. Settree also pleaded guilty to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Marist brothers John William Chute and Gregory Joseph Sutton committed for trial on historical child sex abuse chargeswas unfit to plead. Mr Walsh said Chute had recently been found unfit to plead
Marist brothers John William Chute and Gregory Joseph Sutton committed for trial on historical child sex abuse charges
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
was unfit to plead. Mr Walsh said Chute had recently been found unfit to plead in the NSW District Court, while the NSW Mental Health Review Tribunal had made a finding in June that Chute was permanently unfit. The court had previously been... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Urgent care bid - DHB seeks tighter hold on murder-accusedorders are indeterminate." The process for revoking an order was just as strin
Urgent care bid - DHB seeks tighter hold on murder-accused
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 30 days ago
orders are indeterminate." The process for revoking an order was just as stringent. The director of mental health or a mental health review tribunal would have to determine that Lyall was fit to be released from compulsory status - meaning he... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Disabled patients sue Governmentof "failing to treat the applicants with autonomy and dignity". The other two d
Disabled patients sue Government
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
of "failing to treat the applicants with autonomy and dignity". The other two defendants are the District Inspector and the Mental Health Review Tribunal. Human rights lawyer Dr Tony Ellis will bring the case on behalf of the men. The health... Read more

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