34-20A-63. Emergency commitment--Grounds. An intoxicated person who:
(1) Has threatened, attempted, or inflicted physical harm on himself or herself or on another or is likely to inflict physical harm on another unless committed; or
(2) Is incapacitated by the effects of alcohol or drugs; or
(3) Is pregnant and abusing alcohol or drugs;
may be committed to an approved treatment facility for emergency treatment. A refusal to undergo treatment does not constitute evidence of lack of judgment as to the need for treatment.
Source: SL 1974, ch 240, § 11 (a); SL 1985, ch 277, § 14; SL 1998, ch 204, § 1.
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