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Claims of Conspiracy and Prophet Status Do Not Negate Competency (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms the grand larceny conviction of Anderson who participated fully in his own defense even after claiming he had prophetic powers. Anderson was convicted of stealing tools from a truck in a hotel parking lot and hiding them in nearby woods. He elected a bench trial after the trial court made ...

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