Charles T. Sell was charged with Medicaid and insurance fraud, and found unfit to stand trial. He was ordered to take antipsychotic medicine. Sell argued there is a fundamental right to be free from state-administered potentially mind-altering drugs.
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Supreme Court Addresses the Question of a Defendant's SanityRead More
Charles T. Sell's Battle Against the Courts and Mental IllnessRead More
Decision of the Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of AppealsRead More
The Justices Weigh in During Oral ArgumentsRead More
Pro & Con
Can the State Forcibly Administer Antipsychotic Drugs to a Defendant Charged With a Nonviolent Felony So He Can Stand Trial?