(Received 7 February 1977; accepted 21 March 1977)
Published Online: October
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Recently there was a civil case tried before a jury in the Superior Court of New Jersey of Morris County on behalf of a plaintiff seeking damages for traumatically induced impotence. The issue was one of first impression in the New Jersey courts and raised a number of interesting medicolegal problems. This paper attempts to illustrate them for the forensic psychiatrist, medical expert, and practicing attorney.
Attorney, Morristown, N.J.
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