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What is the difference between Baker Act and Marchman Act?

by | Apr 15, 2020

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The Baker Act is used to involuntarily commit individuals who are considered to be a danger to self or others due to mental illness. The Marchman Act is used to force a person who has a drug or alcohol addiction into treatment.

For more information on the Baker Act click here.

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