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Home Circuit Civil Division Frequently Asked Questions How is an involuntary Baker Act proceeding initiated?

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How is an involuntary Baker Act proceeding initiated?

  • A law enforcement officer may take a person who appears to meet thecriteria for
    involuntary examination into custody and deliver the person to the nearest receiving
    facility for an examination.
  • A physician, clinical psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or clinical social worker may
    execute a certificate that he or she has examined a person within the preceding
    48 hours and finds that the person appears to meet the criteria for involuntary
    examination. A law enforcement officer shall take the person named in the certificate
    to the nearest receiving facility for an examination.
  • A Court may enter an ex parte (on behalf of one party, without notice) order stating
    that the person appears to meet the criteria for involuntary examination. A law
    enforcement officer shall take the person into custody and deliver him or her for an
    examination.
 
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