This may not be as funny to those of you who are unfamiliar with mental health issues, but I found it quite amusing, having to deal with those issues at work all the time.
This is a real case (People v. Malgren). that involves a tracking dog named "Sarge," who was tracking a suspect in a marsh area. Apparently Sarge decided to take the phrase a bit literally, and took a bite not only out of crime, but nailed the suspect as well. This is commentary from the court case involving the "mental state" of Sarge, as to whether he acted responsibly in biting the suspect. The Static-99 and Rorschach Tests are used frequently in criminal cases to determine, among other things, the level of aggression or violence we might expect from the individual taking the tests. Sometimes the court participants do indeed have a good sense of humor as witnessed by this exchange reference the alleged bite:
"After giving Sarge [the dog] the Static-99 and Rorschach Tests, it
is my expert psychological opinion that he is not suffering from
anti-social personality disorder, but rather mild obsessive-compulsive
disorder, combined with excessive cookie consumption, such that he
experienced a diminished capacity to bite defendant at the moment
defendant was cornered."
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