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No competency hearing needed for commitment as sex predator (access required)

A man who was committed to the South Carolina Department of Mental Health as a sexually violent predator didn’t have a due process right to a competency hearing before he was committed, the South Carolina Court of Appeals has unanimously ruled in a case of first impression. Thomas Griffin pleaded guilty but mentally ill to assault ...

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