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 Chapter 552 Criminal Proceedings Involving Mental Illness ^  !
552.010   Mental disease or defect defined. (8/28/1969)
552.015   Evidence of mental disease or defect, admissible, when. (8/28/2011)
552.020   Lack of mental capacity bar to trial or conviction — psychiatric examination, when, report of — plea of not guilty by reason of mental disease, supporting pretrial evaluation, conditions of release — commitment to hospital, when — statements of accused inadmissible, when — jury may be impaneled to determine mental fitness. (8/28/2018)
552.030   Mental disease or defect, not guilty plea based on, pretrial investigation — evidence — notice of defense — examination, reports confidential — statements not admissible, exception — presumption of competency — verdict contents — order of commitment to department. (8/28/2011)
552.040   Definitions — acquittal based on mental disease or defect, commitment to state hospital required — immediate conditional release — conditional or unconditional release, when — prior commitment, authority to revoke — applications for release, notice, burden of persuasion, criteria — hearings required, when — denial, reapplication — escape, notice — additional criteria for release. (8/28/2014)
552.043   Hearings open to public. (8/28/1994)
552.045   Transcript of proceedings and preliminary letter to institution, when. (8/28/1965)
552.050   Mental illness during service of sentence, proceedings relating thereto. (8/28/1990)
552.060   Mental disease or defect upon sentence to death. (8/28/1989)
552.070   Power of governor to grant reprieves, commutations and pardons. (8/28/1963)
552.080   Court costs, examination fees, care and treatment, transportation, how paid. (8/28/1980)
 - Cross References
Sexual predators, civil commitment, 632.480 to 632.525

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