2015 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 43A. Mental Health
§43A-11-112. Immunity from civil or criminal liability.
A. In the absence of knowledge of the revocation of an advance directive for mental health treatment, a person is not subject to civil or criminal liability or discipline for unprofessional conduct for carrying out the advance directive for mental health treatment pursuant to the requirements of the Advance Directives for Mental Health Treatment Act.
B. A physician or psychologist whose actions under the Advance Directives for Mental Health Treatment Act are in accord with reasonable medical standards or standards of mental health treatment, is not subject to criminal or civil liability or discipline for unprofessional conduct with respect to those actions.
C. An individual designated as an attorney-in-fact pursuant to the provisions of this act, to make mental health treatment decisions for a declarant and whose decisions regarding the declarant are made in good faith pursuant to the Advance Directives for Mental Health Treatment Act, is not subject to criminal or civil liability, or discipline for unprofessional conduct with respect to those decisions.
Added by Laws 1995, c. 251, § 12, eff. Nov. 1, 1995.
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