FL Spends $50 Million A Year Restoring Competency Of Minor Suspects

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Every year, Florida courts send hundreds of people accused of minor crimes to high security mental hospitals. Forced to live among violent offenders, they get medication to stabilize their symptoms, but little therapy or long-term support to help them manage their illnesses, report the Sarasota Herald-Tribune and Tampa Bay Times. Instead, the hospitals run patients
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