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2017 Tennessee Code
Title 33 - Mental Health and Substance Abuse and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Chapter 6 - Mental Health Service
Part 4 - Emergency Involuntary Admission to Inpatient Treatment
- § 33-6-401. Emergency detention.
- § 33-6-402. Detention without warrant authorized.
- § 33-6-403. Admission to treatment facility.
- § 33-6-404. Certificate of need for emergency treatment and transportation.
- § 33-6-405. [Reserved.]
- § 33-6-406. Transportation of detainee to treatment facility.
- § 33-6-407. Examination to determine need for hospitalization.
- § 33-6-408. Admission of person already at treatment facility.
- § 33-6-409. [Repealed.]
- § 33-6-410. Admission of detainee to state facility.
- § 33-6-411. Admission of detainee to private or local facility with contractual relationship with state.
- § 33-6-412. Admission of detainee to other private or local facility -- Payment for services.
- § 33-6-413. Notice of admission to general sessions court -- Notice of defendant's rights and status.
- § 33-6-414. Detention for twenty-four (24) hours if judge not available.
- § 33-6-415. Treatment not to render defendant unable to participate in probable cause hearing.
- § 33-6-416. Order of admission -- Notice to next of kin or representative.
- § 33-6-417. Release or transfer prior to hearing.
- § 33-6-418. Procedure for probable cause hearing.
- § 33-6-419. Notice to court of legal representation -- Appointment of counsel.
- § 33-6-420. Waiver of hearing.
- § 33-6-421. Filing of certificates of need.
- § 33-6-422. Finding of probable cause -- Involuntary commitment for care for up to fifteen (15) days.
- § 33-6-423. Release of defendant if findings not made by court.
- § 33-6-424. Release of defendant if chief officer determines certificates of need not supported by facts.
- § 33-6-425. Detention not to be at jail or other criminal custodial facility unless defendant under arrest for crime.
- § 33-6-426. Certification by physician required.
- § 33-6-427. Authority of licensed psychologist or other mental health professional.
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