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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 5 December 2018 08:00 / United States - Wauseon
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By  BurnInDemonFire  |  24

I'd seek the advice of a lawyer. The people you interacted with paid no attention to what you were telling them, and you were then made to undergo examinations against your wishes. The hospital is at fault for not listening to you, and you shouldn't have to pay for something you didn't ask for.

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By  Matt Much  |  11

I'd settle that encounter with a simple "I'm not having suicidal impulses but you keep pushing me and forcing me to do things I don't want to do, you will force me to defend myself with lethal force."

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  PenguinPal3017  |  15

Let me know how threatening to kill armed people goes. Might have to wait for heaven for you to let me know.

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  KittyMack  |  11

The requirement for an involuntary psych hold is that the patient is considered a risk for harming himself OR OTHERS.
Your method would actually provide them BETTER grounds for holding you.
Ranting and raving about killing people is no way to convince anyone your mental health is good.

By  Equitube  |  3

I was once on probation and didn't make it in to a report day due to an attack of stomach flu or something. I called My Probation officer to explain. He told me that if I didn't have a doctors excuse that he would throw me in jail. I had to go the ER to the tune of $800 which I had to pay.

By  TxKitten79  |  5

If this is true, then you have a case to sue the officer and the police department. Because what you just described is not how that works. .. if you are in the U.S. So, either someone royally screwed up, or this post is b.s.

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