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Mental health and learning disabilities in criminal courts

14 November 2013

New guidance has been published to raise awareness and understanding of mental health and learning disabilities in the criminal courts.

It includes advice on how to recognise when a client might have a mental health condition or a learning disability and how to support vulnerable defendants in court.

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