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Why Involuntary Hospitalization Laws Need to Be Reevaluated

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The Latin phrase “civis romanus sum” (classical Latin: “I am (a) Roman citizen”) is a phrase used in Cicero’s “In Verrem” as a plea for the legal rights of a Roman citizen.

When traveling across the Roman Empire, safety was said to be guaranteed to anyone who declared, “civis romanus sum.” On June 29 of last year, I was brought to an ER in Newport, Rhode Island after becoming uncharacteristically lost while visiting from Cape Cod for the weekend.

My parents had called the police after not having heard from me for several hours as my phone had died. A CT scan revealed a possible bleed in my brain and I agreed to be transferred to a nearby hospital, and admitted.

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