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I'm not affected by this problem but a friend may wind up caught in the blow back since they just started working there. About a year ago, a person voluntarily entered an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) program. The program is run by a team that seems to have a group God Complex within their culture. This person was detained without a court order when somebody on the team said they made a suicide threat during their Friday Morning appt at or around 11 AM. This turned out to be false. The court order was written later that evening (7-8PM) while that person was in custody and they were held almost 3 days before being evaluated by a doctor. The person also was denied a chance to contact their lawyer. I happened to see the paperwork & records for this person and it's very inconsistent to the point of it having to have been falsified. The court document was different than the official record and staff statements that were recorded and it's possible that some info is actually missing since there's gaps from what I've seen. The person was discharged before going to court as per the order. Litigation wise, what's the worst case scenario for something like this? There were some interns & fellows involved and their names, in addition to regular staff, signed off on all of this & each made different reports. How extensive is the liability?  
   
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