State v. Milam

In State v. Milam, 159 W.Va. 691, 226 S.E.2d 433 (1976), the Court found that the defendant's motion for a competency hearing should have been granted. In that case, two experts examined the defendant and presented conflicting findings on his competency. One of the experts found that the defendant suffered from "schizophrenic reaction, paranoid type, mild mental deficiency and organic brain damage." State v. Milam, 159 W.Va. at 694, 226 S.E.2d at 437.