A life-course persistent offender.
An ADHD offender.
An adolescent-limited offender.
An antisocial offender.
An incorrigible delinquent.
Dissociative Somatic Manual.
Diagnoses of Serious Mentality.
Douglas Simpson Marker.
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.
Developmental Symbolic Marker.
Invasive sexual treatment.
Intrusive sexual treatment.
Incompetent to stand trial.
Incentive system targets.
Intensive schizophrenic treatment.
Defendants under the influence of alcohol at the time of the offense.
Defendants under the influence of drugs at the time of the offense.
Defendants who refuse to undergo psychiatric evaluation.
In cases that did not involve violence courts should be very careful in ordering medication to treat mentally disordered offenders who refuse the medication.
Mentally disordered offenders should be sedated in the courtroom.
Psychoactive drugs should not be ordered by any court against the wishes of the defendant even if the mentally disordered offender tends to be violent.
Mentally disordered offenders should be institutionalized until cured.
Mentally disordered offenders cannot be given psychotropic medication during their trial.
Commit more property crime.
Have higher recidivism rates.
Are less aggressive and violent.
Have lower recidivism rates.
Receive higher PCL-R scores.
Competency to stand trial.
Whether the person can be rehabilitated.
Past psychiatric history.
Current mental status.
A violent criminal.
Usually violent and destructive.
Usually highly emotional.
A true psychopath.
There are no instruments available for measuring juvenile psychopathy.
Juvenile psychopathy as a construct clearly does not exist.
Some researchers are concerned about the negative implications of labeling juveniles as psychopaths.
Juvenile psychopaths display behavior identical to that of adult psychopaths.
Juvenile psychopathy is correlated with sexual aggression.
Receive sexual satisfaction.
Obtain adequate stimulation.
Relive his or her childhood.
Get back at society.
Chronic organic amnesia.
Alcohol-induced persisting amnestic disorder.
Anxiolytic-induced persisting amnestic disorder.
A and C.