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Forensic Psychology in Developmental Disabilities

The program in forensic psychology in developmental disabilities provides assistance to attorneys in legal actions related to people who have or may have a developmental disability. Services include consultation, evaluation of clients, and expert testimony. Court actions may involve civil cases, such as litigation related to appropriate special education placement, or criminal cases, including capital cases in which the defendant may be spared the death penalty if found to have an intellectual disability. Faculty members also provide continuing education for attorneys, psychologists, and others who may testify in cases related to developmental disability.

For more information, please contact: Greg Olley, Ph.D., Psychology

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