Judges’ Guide to Mental Illnesses in the Courtroom

The Judges' Guide to Mental Illnesses in the Courtroom is a two-page bench card to help judges recognize the signs of possible mental illnesses among individuals in the courtroom and to respond sensitively and productively.

January 2012 | American Psychiatric Foundation, The Council of State Governments Justice Center, The National Judicial College, and Policy Research Associates
You might also be interested in

Court Case Processing Learning Collaborative: Improving Caseflow Management for Defendants with Behavioral Health Needs

Apply to participate in a virtual learning collaborative consisting of three sessions about how to improve criminal case…

Read More

New Support Centers Offer Behavioral Health Resources and Assistance

New support centers offer resources, training, and assistance to improve responses to people with behavioral health needs.

Read More

States Taking Action: Flipping the Script on Parole

Justice Reinvestment legislation recently passed in Vermont is the latest example of a state turning pessimistic parole into…

Read More