Forensic Psychiatry is a specialized branch of psychiatry that intersects with the legal system, involving the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals involved in legal matters. It plays a crucial role in evaluating mental health issues in legal contexts, such as criminal cases and civil litigation, and contributes to informed decisions within the justice system. Recent research in Forensic Psychiatry has highlighted the significance of accurate psychiatric assessments and risk evaluations in legal proceedings, promoting fair and just outcomes. Studies have also explored the use of advanced neuroimaging techniques to better understand the neurological basis of criminal behaviors and mental disorders. Additionally, research has delved into the impact of incarceration on mental health and the development of effective rehabilitation programs within correctional systems. This session will provide an extensive exploration of Forensic Psychiatry, focusing on the latest developments and practical insights in the field.