Published in Elder Law Weekly, December 15th, 2004
In turning back Charles Sell's bid, U.S. District Judge Donald J. Stohr said November 22, 2004, he would decide later whether the dentist is mentally capable of being tried on charges of Medicaid fraud, mail fraud and murder conspiracy.
Stohr in July had found Sell found competent to stand trial, saying the man's mental condition had improved to the point he can assist in his own defense and understand court proceedings.
But on November 22, 2004, Sell, after 7...
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