• United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • 14-1761-cr and 14-3334
  • Nov 22 2016 (Date Decided)
A district court was required to conduct a mental competency hearing, if reasonable cause existed to believe that defendant might suffer from a mental disease or defect that made defendant mentally incompetent, such that he was unable to comprehend the nature of the criminal process and to assist in his defense.

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