Paraphilic and Compulsive Sexual Disorders: Separating Fact from Fiction to Understand When Criminal Justice Diversion is Possible

Cheryl Roberts / Oct 26th, 2021
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What is a paraphilic disorder as opposed to a compulsive sexual disorder? Is either disorder considered a mental illness and can people living with these conditions be treated? What happens when a person engages in criminal behavior as the result of the uncontrolled symptoms of these disorders and is chemical castration ever appropriate? Is it possible to divert from the criminal justice system someone accused of a sexual offense? And, following incarceration, can people accused of sexual offenses safely reintegrate into the community? These are just some of the questions we will discuss on NOVEMBER 17, 2021 1:00 - 2:30 (EST) Via Zoom. Join us. RSVP HERE!

About the Author
Cheryl Roberts

In addition to serving as Executive Director of the Greenburger Center, Ms. Roberts is the Corporation Counsel for the City of Hudson, New York and a licensed bond agent in New York State. Previously in her career, Roberts was a town judge from Columbia County, New York and served as a counsel to committees in both the US House of Representatives and the US Senate.