1. Sanism and pretextuality. Setting the stage : why mental disability is on trial -- On sanism -- On pretextuality. 2. The sanist and pretextual roots of mental disability law. Involuntary civil commitment law -- The right to treatment -- The right to refuse treatment -- The right to sexual interaction -- The Americans with Disabilities Act -- The competence to plead guilty and the competence to waive counsel -- The insanity defense -- The federal sentencing guidelines. 3. Therapeutic jurisprudence : exposing sanism and pretextuality. Exposing the prejudice -- Unpacking mental disability law
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