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Larry M. Davis

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Larry M. Davis, M.D. (February 1943 – 20 November 2006) was a practicing American psychiatrist from 1971 until his accidental death in 2006. Forensic expertise Davis was a board certified Forensic Psychiatrist and Forensic Examiner. He served as Diplomat for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, the American Board of Forensic Medicine, the American Board of Forensic Examiners, and the American Board of Clinical Sexology. Watershed influence Davis served as a psychiatric expert witness on hundreds of cases. Most famously, he was the chief defense psychiatrist in the Tony Kiritsis case. This was one of three watershed cases (including that of John Hinckley, Jr.) that diametrically shifted the burden of proof from the prosecution to the defense when the defendant asserts an affirmative defense of insanity. Career focus Davis focused much of his career on human sexuality. He was expert in diagnosing and treating sexual recidivism in criminals, a
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