NO. 4-07-0491 Filed 3/11/08
IN THE APPELLATE COURT
In re: ALFRED H.H., a Person Found
Subject to Involuntary Admission,
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Circuit Court of
George H. Ray,
JUSTICE STEIGMANN delivered the opinion of the court:
Following a May 2007 hearing, the trial court found
respondent, Alfred H.H., subject to involuntary admission at a
mental-health facility (405 ILCS 5/1-119 (West 2006)).
Respondent appeals, arguing that the following findings
by the trial court were against the manifest weight of the
evidence: (1) his involuntary admission was warranted, and (2)
his hospitalization was the least-restrictive treatment alterna-tive.
We dismiss the appeal as moot.
In early May 2007, respondent was involuntarily admit-ted
to McFarland Mental Health Center. Following a hearing on
the involuntary-admission petition, which was held later in May
2007, the trial court found respondent subject to involuntary
admission at McFarland for a period not to exceed 90 days.