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February 17 - REPLAY: The Competency Process in the Criminal Justice System (2020)

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REPLAY: The Competency Process in the Criminal Justice System (2020)

Date: Thursday, February 17, 2022
Time: 10 a.m. - Noon
Credits: 2.0 G

**Note: This program includes a pre-recorded video. Attendees must view this program from a device with audio (i.e. laptop with built-in or externally attached speakers). Viewers may not use their phone as an audio source as the sound will not work. This program counts as "live" credit**

Originally presented on December 8, 2020

Anyone working in criminal law regularly faces issues related to a Defendant's mental illness. Due Process requires that a defendant is competent to assist in their defense, but what happens once competency is raised? The new rules and the process is complicated. Learn the differences between the dangerous standards, what to look for in evaluations, and how to proceed once the evaluations are returned.

Debora Gerads and AnneMarie Peterson, Fifth Judicial District Attorney's Office

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