The inmate was sentenced to 2 years for aggravated assault on a minor, a 17-year-old friend of his son. During the interview, the inmate states that he took the blame for the assault to protect his son. Because his son and his friends were drinking, they really did not have any recollection of what happened. The state's attorney wanted to file charges against his son because he was 19 and his friend was only 17. When the father was told of the possible arrest, he made up a story about what happened because his son was accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy, and he could not let him be arrested; he felt that he needed to protect his son's future.
Your obligation to this case is to write a report to the judge on the inmate's progress in prison. The inmate is eligible for early release because of good behavior. Bound by physician-client privilege, you know that this cannot be discussed with anyone. However, your own conscience is telling you that you must disclose this information to the judge© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 11:13 am ad1c9bdddf
Due to the ramifications of physician-client privilege, you're not legally allowed to discuss the information that the inmate has presented to you regarding his innocence. ...
Forensic Psychology in Correctional Settings
Explain two responsibilities of a forensic psychology professionals working in the correctional subspecialty and the importance of each of these responsibilities.View Full Posting Details