Maine Revised Statutes
Ch. 3 Contents
Title 34-B Contents
List of Titles
Title 34-B: BEHAVIORAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES HEADING: PL 1995, C. 560, PT. K, §7 (RPR); 2001, C. 354, §3 (AMD)
Chapter 3: MENTAL HEALTH
Subchapter 4: HOSPITALIZATION
Article 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS
§3805. Prohibited acts; penalty
A person is guilty of causing unwarranted hospitalization, if he willfully causes the unwarranted hospitalization of any person under this subchapter.
Denial of rights.
A person is guilty of causing a denial of rights if he willfully causes the denial to any person of any of the rights accorded to him by this subchapter.
Causing unwarranted hopitalization or causing a denial of rights is a Class C crime.
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