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    Representing People With Dementia: A Practical Guide for Criminal Defense Lawyers

    Edited by Elizabeth Kelley

    Representing People With Dementia: A Practical Guide for Criminal Defense Lawyers

    Representing People With Dementia: A Practical Guide for Criminal Defense Lawyers

    Edited by Elizabeth Kelley

    There is a growing recognition that people with dementia become involved with the criminal justice system. Representing People With Dementia is a practical, easily digestible guide for lawyers working with this non-traditional type of criminal defendant.

    Representing People With Dementia: A Practical Guide for Criminal Defense Lawyers

    Edited by Elizabeth Kelley

    Representing People With Dementia: A Practical Guide for Criminal Defense Lawyers

    Representing People With Dementia: A Practical Guide for Criminal Defense Lawyers

    Edited by Elizabeth Kelley

    There is a growing recognition that people with dementia become involved with the criminal justice system. Representing People With Dementia is a practical, easily digestible guide for lawyers working with this non-traditional type of criminal defendant.

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    The criminal justice system as a whole is not the place for someone with dementia. Jail, or worse, prison, would be absolute torture. This book is an attempt to help those who, because of dementia, are fragile, bewildered, and vulnerable ��� and to give their attorneys the tools to obtain a fair and just resolution of their case.

    Table of Contents:

      Foreword

      Introduction

    1. What Is Dementia? Dr. Marc Blatstein and Faye Spence, Esq.
    2. Competency, Dr. Kaustubh Joshi and Dr. Richard Frierson
    3. Restoration, Dr. Joette James and Dr. LaFaye Marshall
    4. Responsibility, Dr. Vivek Datta and Dr. Tianyi Zhang
    5. Testing, Margaret S. Russell, Esq. and Dr. Robert Ouauo
    6. Neuroimaging, Dr. Vivek Datta and Dr. Austin Blum
    7. Early Onset Dementia/Frontal Temporal Dementia, Dr. Hal Wurtzel
    8. How Can Lawyers Understand Medicine and Science? Dr. Cody Miller-Pyke
    9. Working with Clients with Dementia, Dr. Eric Y. Drogin
    10. Working a Case of a Client with Dementia, Allison Matthis, Esq.
    11. Representing People with Dementia on Death Row, Vicki Werneke, Esq.
    12. Working with the Expert, Dr. Jonathan DeRight and Dr. Elizabeth Vartkessian
    13. Jail and Prison Conditions, Dr. Marc Blatstein and Faye Spence
    14. The Reality of Daily Life in Prison for Someone with Dementia, Dr. Phillip Wise
    15. Guardianships, Conservatorships, and Related Proceedings for People with Dementia, Mary DeLeo, Esq.
    16. Dementia in the Legal Profession, Dr. Eric Y. Drogin
    17. Suggested Works

    Product Details

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781639051328

    Page Count

    258

    Product Code

    1620822

    Trim Size

    6x9

    Publication Date

    11/30/2022 12:00:00 AM

    Publishers

    ABA Book Publishing

    ISBN

    9781639051335

    Page Count

    258

    Product Code

    1620822EBK

    Trim Size

    E-Book

    Publication Date

    11/30/2022 12:00:00 AM

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