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December 29, 2013 12:05 AM

Insane or mentally ill a powerful distinction in state’s judicial system

People found criminally insane by the state face years of strict supervision that can last a lifetime. People charged with violent crimes, but deemed incompetent to stand trial, do not. They can walk back into the community, unfettered and unwatched.

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