Nothing in the language, purpose or pertinent legislative history indicates that C.G.S. §54-56d(m), as amended by Public Acts 1998, No. 98-88, §2 to authorize a court to order periodic competency examinations in certain circumstances, is inapplicable merely because there is not a substantial probability that the defendant will attain competency.
State v. Custodio
Connecticut Supreme Court
December 3, 2012
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