Compelled or Cajoled?
The Criminal Responsibility of Opioid Addicts

Many have argued that opioid addicts have no meaningful choice about whether to use and so cannot be held criminally responsible for their actions. This is simply not true.

Published on: November 6, 2018
Stephen J. Morse, J.D., Ph.D. is Ferdinand Wakeman Hubbell Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology and Law in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania.
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