As used in ORS 419C.411 (Disposition order), 419C.522 (Qualifying mental disorder as affirmative defense) to 419C.527 (Procedure for state to obtain mental examination of youth) and 419C.529 (Finding of serious mental condition) to 419C.544 (Transfer of cases from juvenile panel to adult panel of Psychiatric Security Review Board):
(1) “Conditional release” includes but is not limited to the monitoring of mental and physical health treatment.
(2) “Qualifying mental disorder” does not include an abnormality:
(a) Manifested only by repeated criminal or otherwise antisocial conduct;
(b) Constituting solely a personality disorder; or
(c) Constituting solely a conduct disorder.
(3) “Serious mental condition” means a condition that requires supervision and treatment services for the safety of others and is:
(a) A mental illness of major depression;
(b) A mental illness of bipolar disorder; or
(c) A mental illness of psychotic disorder. [2005 c.843 §3; 2007 c.889 §3; 2017 c.634 §22]
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