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DATE

1988-12

AUTHORS

Valerie C. Lorenz

ABSTRACT

Compulsive gambling is a psychiatric disorder — an addiction to gambling in which the substance abused is money. When legal access to money is no longer available, compulsive gamblers will often resort to illegal activities in order to obtain funds with which to support their addiction. Attorneys and judges typically have only minimal training in understanding mental disorders. Few can distinguish between types of gamblers or types of mental disorders. Most often they are unaware of treatment options. Thus the role of the expert witness in compulsive gambling cases becomes multidimensional. The expert witness must not only diagnose the defendant, but often finds it necessary to educate the attorneys, probation officer and judge involved in a criminal action. In order to best serve the client, the expert witness must have a wide range of knowledge and experience: the expert witness must be able to evaluate the defendant, must know the illness, understand the legal and judicial systems, be aware of attitudes of the community, consider options within the correctional system, and know treatment alternatives. More... »

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320-328

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01018439

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