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Justices hear arguments on killer’s competency at ’02 trial

A man convicted of the 2001 killing of a woman in Crawford County was not mentally competent to assist his attorney and “committed suicide” in front of the jury by asking for the death penalty, his new attorney told the Arkansas Supreme Court Thursday.

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  • Headline: Justices hear arguments on killer’s competency at ’02 trial
  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 10 on 01/10/2014
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