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Detention and commitment requirements, A.R.S. § 36-3712

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“Detention and commitment requirements; definition”
Sexually violent persons that are committed or receiving care in a setting that is less restrictive than total confinement do not lost their legal rights as a consequence of their commitment or confinement unless the law states otherwise. The superintendent of the state hospital must maintain records regarding the medical and professional treatment received by such persons. These records are accessible by the committed person or their legal representatives, medical professionals that treat the committed person, experts that demonstrate a need for the records, county or state attorneys, or the court.