Mr. Doug Wilson, State Public Defender, testified in opposition to the bill. Committee members received a handout on the side effects of Haldol (Attachment E). Mr. Wilson explained the circumstances under which the detainees to be involuntarily treated under SB 18-263 would undergo the treatment. Ms. Gina Shimeall, representing herself, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Shimeall discussed the research surrounding forced medication in a non-therapeutic environment, and the difference between treatment in a jail and a hospital. Ms. Carrie Thompson, representing the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Thompson explained that the involuntary treatment to be provided under the bill should be in a hospital setting. Ms. Valerie Schlect, representing the Colorado Cross-disability Coalition, testified in opposition to the bill. Ms. Schlect discussed the side effects of psychiatric medications, which may be unsafe in a jail setting. She also discussed the potential outcomes of misdiagnoses. Committee members received a spreadsheet showing data on certain criminal cases involving mental health issues (Attachment F). Mr. Wilson responded to questions regarding potential constitutional issues associated with involuntary mental health treatment. Discussion ensued about prioritizing the acute population.