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defendants inability to represent himself/herself

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Can someone cite case law that will indicate that an individual is incapable of representing themself in a criminal trial

If possible can you site a case in Colorado

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Anthony, you can't find case law to that, what you have to do is go in front of a judge and make that determination. A judge will ask some questions and if you cannot adequately answer, you are incompetent. I hope this information helps.

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