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Page and summaryDate added to siteCategories
B v Croydon Health Authority (1995) Fam 133 — (1) Medical treatment for mental disorder under s63 includes treatment of the symptoms of the disorder (as well as the disorder itself) and includes a range of acts ancillary to the core treatment; (2) on the facts, nasogastric feeding was treatment ancillary to treatment for psychopathic disorder. 2011-05-291995 cases, Brief summary, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Transcript
R (N) v Dr M (2002) EWHC 1911 (Admin) — Unsuccessful challenge to compulsory treatment. [Summary required.] 2009-10-312002 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (K) v Dr Hughes (2003) EWHC 357 (Admin) — Challenge to administration of ECT. [Summary required.] 2009-06-142003 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (Brady) v Dr Collins (2000) EWHC 639 (Admin) — (1) The hunger strike was a manifestation or symptom of the patient's personality disorder, and the commencement of force-feeding was justified under s63 as medical treatment for mental disorder; even if s63 did not apply, the patient lacked capacity and the doctors had acted in what they lawfully believed was his best interests; (2) The appropriate test when considering challenges to compulsory treatment under s63 was the "super-Wednesbury" test [caution: the law has since changed] 2009-04-112000 cases, Brief summary, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Transcript
Wilkinson v UK 14659/02 (2006) ECHR 1171 — The applicant's complaints were all declared inadmissible. He had complained that: (1) medical treatment against his will was a breach of the negative obligations under Articles 3 and 8; (2) the authorities failed in their positive obligation under Articles 3 and 8 to provide suitable safeguards against the imposition of treatment that would violate his rights, in particular that the authorities should have sought approval from a court before imposing treatment and that he should have been able to bring a challenge against the treatment, before it took place, in a court which would have been able to provide a suitable level of review; (3) the inability to have a determination of his ‘civil right’ to autonomy in a court that would have provided a review on the merits was a violation of Article 6; (4) the lack of effective remedy was a breach of Article 13; (5) discrimination on the basis of his status as a detained patient was a breach of ..→2009-04-102006 cases, Brief summary, Challenges to compulsory treatment, ECHR, Transcript
Naumenko v Ukraine 42023/98 (2004) ECHR 68 — Enforced medical treatment of prisoner did not violate Article 3. 2009-04-102004 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Detailed summary, ECHR, Transcript
R (Wilkinson) v Broadmoor Hospital (2001) EWCA Civ 1545 — The decision to impose treatment without consent upon a protesting patient is a potential invasion of his rights under Article 3 or Article 8, and he is entitled to a proper hearing, on the merits, of whether the statutory grounds for imposing this treatment upon him against his will are made out. (...) 2008-10-152001 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Detailed summary, Transcript
R (S) v Collins (1998) EWCA Civ 1349 — Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2008-09-131998 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (S) v Collins (1998) EWHC Admin 490 — Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2008-09-131998 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (S) v Collins (1997) EWCA Civ 2019 — Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2008-09-131997 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (S) v Collins (1997) EWHC Admin 280 — Case concerned a lady who needed a Caesarean being placed under s2. 2008-09-131997 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (S) v Collins (1997) EWHC Admin 156 — Transferred to judge experienced in JR. 2008-09-131997 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (JB) v Dr Haddock (2006) EWCA Civ 961 — Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2008-02-222006 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (Taylor) v Dr Haydn-Smith (2005) EWHC 1668 (Admin) — Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2008-02-222005 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (N) v Dr M (2002) EWCA Civ 1789 — Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2008-02-222002 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Detailed summary, Transcript
R (Wooder) v Dr Feggetter (2002) EWCA Civ 554 — SOAD should give reasons. 2006-04-162002 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Detailed summary, Transcript
R (PS) v Dr G (2003) EWHC 2335 (Admin) — Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2006-04-162003 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (B) v Dr SS (2005) EWHC 86 (Admin) — This was the first of two JRs involving the same parties. Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2006-04-132005 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (B) v Dr Haddock (2005) EWHC 921 (Admin) — Challenge to compulsory administration of medication. Claim dismissed. 2006-04-132005 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, No summary, Transcript
R (B) v Dr SS (2006) EWCA Civ 28 — MENTAL HEALTH — Compulsory detention — Consent to treatment — Convicted rapist detained in secure mental hospital — Refusal to consent to treatment — Whether compulsory treatment in breach of human rights — Mental Health Act 1983 (c 20), s 58 — Human Rights Act 1998, Sch 1, Pt I, arts 3, 8, 14. The compulsory treatment of a mental patient under s58(3)(b) of the Mental Health Act 1983 did not infringe the patient’s human rights under arts 3, 8 and 14 of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. Provided such treatment was medically necessary, it was not necessary also to show that it was required to prevent the patient causing harm to himself or others. 2006-04-122006 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Detailed summary, Transcript
R (B) v Dr SS (2005) EWHC 1936 (Admin) — This was the second of two JRs involving the same parties. Challenge to compulsory treatment. 2006-04-122005 cases, Challenges to compulsory treatment, Detailed summary, Transcript