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United States v. Bergrin

The Sixth Circuit holds that a criminal defendant (cousin to a notorious criminal lawyer) has a right to appeal a decision that he is incompetent to stand trial, even though the most he can hope to achieve is a ruling that forces him to stand trial.


Tags: 2018, Jurisdiction, Sixth Circuit, Standing

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