Oregon Cop Killer's Mental Eval To Determine If She Stands Trial
May 03, 2011
An Oregon judge as ordered a psychological evaluation for the woman accused of killing Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen during a traffic stop in late April.
The defense attorney for Cheryl Kidd, 56, gained approval from the judge to have his client undergo an evaluation at the Oregon State Hospital in Salem to determine if she is fit to stand trial.
Source: The Republic
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