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Share this article Lagos, the most populous city in the African country, Nigeria. Google Maps Chris Elvis, a Nigerian father, was reportedly arrested for padlocking his young son's mouth, burning him with a hot iron and beating him to death. The
The judge in the Colorado theater shootings says defendant James Holmes must undergo a second psychiatric evaluation at the state mental hospital. The ruling Wednesday says Holmes' first evaluation last summer was incomplete and inadequate. The
A central Ohio judge has ruled that a mentally ill man accused of killing his mother won't be allowed supervised trips away from a state psychiatric hospital. Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge Kim Brown ruled Thursday that Daniel Neeley will
Psychiatrists at Napa State Hospital said that Webster, 55, no longer represents a substantial danger to the community and recommended his release. Webster has been in Napa since 1994, after he was found not guilty by reason of insanity for the Oct.
Ohio A central Ohio woman accused of faking a cancer diagnosis for her 4-year-old son has been found competent for trial. An attorney for 31-year-old Emily Creno, of Utica, had requested a competency evaluation and filed court paperwork to pursue an
Colorado theater shootings says no transcript will be made public from a closed hearing on whether defendant James Holmes should undergo another psychiatric evaluation. Monday's order also says nine court filings on the issue cannot be released.
First, a warning that there is some rather strong language mixed with extremely dangerous feats of skill and insanity in the video above...With that out of the way, we've seen our fair share of insane stunts over time online, but this item is an
Courts in Ohio must now report certain mental health information about people convicted of violent crimes for inclusion in a law enforcement database. A rule approved by the Ohio Supreme Court requiring that notification took effect Jan. 1. The court
Exposing the myth of the mad genius is an eye-opening, entertaining, and reassuring look at the (false) link between talent and mental illness. Written by long-time All About Jazz contributor and psychologist Dr. Judith Schlesinger , The Insanity
The two-year prosecution was marked by Sorenson's erratic struggle with schizophrenia, a jailhouse suicide attempt, efforts by reporters to open court mental health hearings, and even a petition to the California Supreme Court to unseal transcripts