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Criminal – Conditional Discharge – Mental Evaluation (access required)

A mentally ill defendant who was conditionally discharged from custody after pleading guilty to a gun charge by reason of insanity, can be recommitted to federal custody after completion of his state court sentence in the beating death of his sister-in-law, says an Abingdon U.S. District Court. While it is true defendant cannot be immediately remanded ...

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