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J. Egan finds the trial court properly committed an individual due to an ongoing mental illness that makes her a danger to others. “Both her psychiatrist and the mental health examiners testified that appellant was bipolar and having a manic episode and that, because of her disorder, and based on her actions while being hospitalized, she would likely be a danger to others.” Affirmed.