mentally incapacitated

mentally incapacitated

adjective Referring to a person rendered temporarily incapable of appraising or controlling his or her conduct due to the influence of a narcotic, anaesthetic or other substance administered to that person without his or her consent, or due to any other act committed upon the person without consent.

mentally incapacitated

Forensic psychology adjective Referring to a person rendered temporarily incapable of appraising or controlling his/her conduct due to the influence of a narcotic, anesthetic or other substance administered to that person without the person's consent, or due to any other act committed upon that person without the person's consent. See Date-rape.
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The Jerusalem court convicted two minors, but conviction of the suspected ringleader, 30-something Yosef Haim Ben-David, was delayed after his lawyers submitted a new psychiatric appraisal that claimed Ben-David was seriously mentally incapacitated and therefore had no criminal responsibility.
Let's provide these children with the opportunity to reach their full potential as citizens of our UAE community," he said, noting that the foundation is currently sponsoring 2,614 orphans, 2,575 minors, and 143 mentally incapacitated people.
But how can we be sure exactly the same treatment, or worse, is not being meted out to vulnerable and/or mentally incapacitated clients in other facilities?
Shelly Sterling assumed the role of sole trustee after two doctors determined that Donald Sterling was mentally incapacitated and no longer able to conduct his legal or business affairs.
A petition filed by Shelly Sterling's attorneys quoted allegedly threatening remarks made by Donald Sterling in phone calls and a letter sent by his lawyer to two doctors who declared him mentally incapacitated.
Without legislation specifically indicating that the right to bear arms shall be subject to elimination upon a finding of incapacity, there is a question as to whether the Second Amendment right is subject to retention by the mentally incapacitated ward; the statute is ambiguous to this end.
Florida law requires the court to appoint legal counsel to represent persons alleged to be mentally incapacitated.
An understanding of the MCA is fundamental to ensuring the level and suitability of care for mentally incapacitated individuals that has to be provided by a local authority.
Alzheimer's patients become mentally incapacitated and dysfunctional, losing memory, having mental and physical disorientation and confusion.
CODE [section] 12-13-21 (2011) (dealing with guardians for the developmentally disabled), [section] 26-2A-102(e) (2011) (alternative guardianship procedures for parents or adult siblings seeking guardianship of a mentally incapacitated adult), [section] 26-2A-104.
Majid bin Ali Al-Nu'aimi revealed that the Ministry of Education has assimilated this year 119 students with special needs into government schools namely: 83 mentally incapacitated and Down Syndrome, 7 physical disability, 12 visually-impaired, 15 aural impairment and 2 autistic students under the Ministry's plan to assimilate students with special needs who are capable to study in public schools.
Leaving assets in a trust is important if you have disabled or mentally incapacitated beneficiaries.