In the Matter of the Civil Commitment of R.P., Appellant-Respondent,
Optional Behavior MHS, Appellee-Petitioner
Appeal from the Marion Superior Court, The Honorable Gerald S. Zore, Judge. Cause No. 49D08-1404-MH-13949.
ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLANT: Jill M. Acklin, McGrath, LLC, Carmel, Indiana.
ATTORNEYS FOR APPELLEES: Jenny R. Buchheit, Stephen E. Reynolds, Ice Miller LLP, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Riley, Judge. Vaidik, C. J. and Baker, J. concur.
STATEMENT OF THE CASE
[¶1] Appellant-Respondent, R.P., appeals the trial court's Order of involuntary
mental health commitment for a period not to exceed ninety days.
[¶2] R.P. raises one issue on appeal, which we restate as follows: Whether the trial court erred by finding that clear and convincing evidence established that R.P. presented a danger to others or was gravely disabled, thereby justifying an involuntary mental health commitment not ...