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Lamis vs. Doyle and Sachs collection of court records
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Judith M. Doyle became a therapist in 1977, and was executive director of One in Long Beach, Inc., which runs a gay and lesbian service center. She was a chairwoman of the AIDS Walk/Long Beach and is one of the founders of the city's annual gay pride parade and festival. The collection documents the civil suit brought by the plaintiff, Patricia Ann Lamis against the defendant(s) Judith Manley Doyle and Lilian K. Sachs as well as the proceedings of the California state Board of Behavioral Science Examiners concerning the eventual loss of a license to practice on the part of Judith Manley Doyle for her sexual relationship with her patient Patricia Ann Lamis. The bulk of the collection is made up of depositions and transcripts of proceedings.
Patricia Ann Lamis filed a civil suit against Judith Manley Doyle and Lilian K. Sachs in 1986, and also filed a complaint to the state Board of Behavioral Science Examiners against Doyle.
2.5 Linear Feet (5 boxes)
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