References-2 to Personal Experiences

   (1) "The life of the law is not logic, but experience." Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. "Common Law"

   (2) "A witness may not testify to a matter unless evidence is introducedd sufficient to support a finding that he has personal knowledge of the matter." Me Rules of Evidencee (MRE), Rule 602

   (3) "An adverse party may object to the testimony of an expert on the ground that he does not have a sufficient basis for expressing an opinion." MRE 705b

   (4) "Neuroleptics" was the original term, and corresponds with "antipsychotic drugs" which refers to such medications as Thorazine, Mellaril, Prolixin, and Haldol; as used in the U.S. Supreme Court's opinion to determine whether involuntarily committed mental patients have a constitutional right to refuse treatment with "antipsychotic" drugs. Mark J. Mills et als., Petitioners v. Rubie Rogers et al. Decided June 18, 1982. Reported in The United State Law Week:50 LW 4676.

   (5) Informed Consent. A person's agreement to allow something to happen (such as surgery) that is based on a full disclosure of facts needed to make the decision intelligently; i.e., knowledge of risks involved, alternatives, etc. Black's Law Dictionary, 5th Ed. (BLD 5th), 1979

   (6) Undue Influence. Any improper or wrongful constraint, machination, or urgency of persuasion whereby the will of a person is overpowered and he is induced to do or forbear an act which he would not do or would do if left to act freely. BLD 5th.                              
   (7) "Psychiatry's Drug Addiction," P. Sterling, The New Republic 184:14, Dec 6, 1979

   (8) "Forced Drugging," E. Marshall, The New Republic 179:13, Aug 26 & Sept 2,1978.

   (9) Tobias, L.L., and MacDonald, M.L., "Withdrawal of Maintenance Drugs," Psychological Bulletin 81(2):107, Feb 1974

   (10) "On Being Sane in Insane Places," Rosenhan, D., Science 179:250, 1973

   (11) Issue (In Pleading and Practice). A single, certain, and material point deduced by the allegations and pleadings of the parties, which is affirmed on the one side and denied on the other. BLD 5th.

   (12) "Psychiatry Kills," Rorvik, D., Penthouse 12:82, Apr 1981.

   (13) The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, Goodman & Gilman, 4th Ed., 1970, p.156

   (14) Defendant. The party against whom relief of recovery is sought in an action or suit. BLD 5th.

   (15) Plaintiff. A person who seeks remedial relief for an injury to rights. BLD 5th.

   (16) "Institutional Psychiatry, or death and unconsciousness is the solution." Thomas Paine, an underground newspaper formerly in Bangor. On microfilm at the Bangor Public Library, Bangor, Maine 04401.

   (17) Luke:18, 1-5.

   (18) "The Trial of Martin Luther King", Westin & Mahoney, Thomas Y. Crowell Co., Inc. New York, 1974. p.136.

   (19) "Fundamental Legal Conceptions", Hohfeld, W.N., 1964. p.35.

   (20) Treatment. All the steps taken to effect a cure of an injury.

   (21) Cure. Restoration to health from disease, or to soundness after injury.

   (22) Sinister. Covert, insidious, and seriously threatening.

   (23) Misrepresentation. An assertion not in accordance with the facts.

   (24) Color. An appearance as distinguished from that which is real.

   (25) "Asphyxia relatively inherent to tranquillization," Plachta, A., Archives of Gen Psychia 12:152-158,1965.

   (26) "Catatonia and malignant syndrome," Weinberger, D.R. et als, J of Nevous & Mental Disease 165(4):263,1977.

   (27) "Neuroleptic malignant syndrome," Morris, N.H. et als, Archives of Neurology 37:462, July 1980.

   (28) Obtundation. A state of being dulled and deadened.

   (29) "Prolixin Decanoate:Big Brother by Injection?" Zander, T.K., J of Psychia & the Law.

   (30) "Antipsychotic drug therapy and sexual dysfunction in men," Mitchell, J.E. et als, Amer J Psychia 139:5, May, 1982.

   (31) see 13 supra: Delay, J. et als, Annls med.-psychol., 110:112-17, 1052.

   (32) "Commentaries on the Laws of England" III. A facsimile of the 1st ed. of 1765-1769. William Blackstone. pb. Univ. Chicago Press, 1979.

   (33) Heuristic. A practical "rule-of-thumb" serving as a guide to discovery. In literal Greek: the advantages of an excellent sense of smell.

   (34) Character Analysis, Reich, W., Touchstone Books (pb), 1974.

   (35) The Primal Scream, Janov, A., Dell (pb), 1970.

   (36) Whitehorn, J.C., and Betz., B., Am J Psychia 111:321-331, 1954.

   (37) Draper, F.M., Arch Gen Psychia 6:633, 1967.

   (38) Strupp, N.H., Arch Gen Psychia 37, May-July 1980.

   (39) Stone, M.H., "Therapist's personalities and unexpected success with schizophrenic patients," Am J Psychother 25(4):543, Oct 1970.

   (40) Gunderson, J.G., "Patient-therapist matching," Am J Psychia 135:10, Oct 1978.

   (41) Benjamin, L., "Interpersonal diagnosis," Am J Psychol 34(1):17-34, 1979.

   (42) Hartledge, L.C., Psychol Bull 64:235, 1965.

   (43) Gordon, F., RZ 400.084 (60" audio tape): "The Other Side of Mental Healing, or The Guinea Pig Talks Back. I" Oct 1980. Also II. 1987. Available from author (25-C Talmar Wood, Orono, ME 04473 - $10 each to cover duplication and mailing).

   (44) This paper was signed, notarized and used as an affidavit in several legal actions.