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She was placed in a mental institution for six months.
Controversy also surrounded Article 14 of the draft law, El-Sayyed said, that allows any doctor, regardless of his specialization, to forcefully admit patients into mental institutions.
On December 6, 2006, Andrei Novikov, a journalist with Chechenpress and a former Soviet dissident, was sent to a mental institution because of his critical reporting, described as "publicly inciting constitutional change by means of force.
Ventura County residents lobbied three decades for a four-year public university and seized the opportunity when what had once been the nation's largest mental institution closed in 1997.
This revised edition of Sones's highly praised poetry/novel (her first publication) closely relates to Sones's personal history, and the Afterword explains how her older sister (at 19) was placed in a mental institution with manic-depressive illness when Sones herself was 13 years old.
Reporters were taken to the mental institution called the ''No.
Imagine Sweeney Todd staged like the gay film Lilies, only instead of a prison we're trapped in a mental institution.
At lunch with Truls Melin the week his new exhibition opened, we talked about his seven months in a mental institution, how he got there, and the exhibitions he has made since.
The odds are good that he will "rot with his rights on" in a mental institution and never be brought to trial.
She is asked to report on conditions in a mental institution.
Rockwell's second wife, Mary, sought treatment for depression and alcoholism at the private mental institution Austen Riggs in Stockbridge, Mass.
Anyone who has no fear belongs in a mental institution.
Family lawyer Morris Wolff has told US President Bill Clinton of the "genuine possibility" that Wallenberg, who would be 88, is in a mental institution near Moscow.
Confined to a mental institution, she has to put her life into perspective and, with the help of friend Lisa (Jolie, who won an Oscar for best supporting actress) and nurse (Goldberg), she is given the courage and determination to face her problem.
The author also includes his own, first-hand experience in helping Jim, a friend with mental retardation, gain freedom from the Minnesota mental institution where he had spent most of his life.