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In considering changes to the law and its application in conditional release programs, it is not surprising that states and the federal government have relied on conditional release to manage insanity acquittees who no longer pose a danger to society.
Policy and mental health decision-makers should strongly consider the positive evidence available regarding the success of conditional release programs. Relying on empirical studies as a foundation for conditional release programs is a positive alternative to allowing fear-based perceptions of mental illness to guide policy decisions.
Another research study underscoring that conditional release programs, when monitoring is done correctly, are successful.
Two primary methods of dealing with medication noncompliance have gained popular support in a number of states: taking medication compliance into account in making release decisions, and implementing conditional release programs.
Upon first glance, conditional release programs seem to be a logical response to the problem of insanity acquittee recidivism.
(92) Most conditional release programs require that acquittees live in a particular residence, take certain medications, receive therapy at specified times and places, refrain from the use of alcohol and drugs, and remain in the county and/or state at all times.
The remaining two methods (taking medication compliance into account when assessing the dangerousness of an acquittee and implementing conditional release programs) are effective means of reducing insanity acquittee recidivism, but only if they are applied in an equitable fashion and in accordance with constitutional norms.
at 1092-93 (describing the general mandates of conditional release programs).
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