Forensic psychiatrists have particular ethical duties in relation to the protection of the public, which few other doctors have. Part of the fulfillment of that duty is the assessment of risk, upon which many ethical decisions rest. But comprehensive risk assessment may require information which is not available, leaving the forensic psychiatrist in a dilemma between her duty to the patient and to the public. This case history is based on a real case.
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