U.S. SUPREME COURTNew Jersey Law Journal
Kansas v. Cheever
A state may, consistent with the Fifth Amendment, introduce the results of a psychiatric examination for the limited purpose of rebutting a mental-status defense whether or not the defendant has agreed to the examination, and whether or not the state recognizes the alleged mental status as a disease or defect.
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