To stand trial

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"I have followed him for a long time to take him back to stand trial for the killing of his superior officer."
"But what good would that do you when you came to stand trial?" asked Harper.
admission, competency to stand trial is required to preserve the dignity
Valerie Woods is now due to stand trial accused of attempting to pervert the course of justice during the investigation into Mr Dugdale's death.
Originally, Edwards was found incompetent to stand trial. But several years later, he was restored to competency and stood trial in Indiana state court--with counsel representing him.
ANTI-war protesters are to stand trial for offences relating to a takeover of a US-owned firm, a magistrate ruled yesterday.
The two men have been ordered to stand trial by a Milan court on charges of false accounting, embezzlement and tax fraud in the purchase by the Mediaset empire of TV rights for US movies.
The defense counsel for Shoko Asahara, founder of the religious cult formerly known as AUM Shinrikyo, released parts of a psychiatrist's report Monday that said he is unable to stand trial as he is in a confused state of mind.
OTTAWA -- Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Irwin Cotler introduced new legislation to reform laws and procedures that govern people who are found unfit to stand trial or not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder.
United States decision overturned two previous rulings allowing Sell to be forcibly drugged in order to stand trial for sixty-three counts of fraud.
Because of screaming fits during court appearances and apparently paranoid delusions, including Sell's stated belief that he knew secrets about government culpability in the deaths at Waco, the court decided in April 1999 that Sell was not competent to stand trial.