State v. Sanders

In State v. Sanders, 209 W.Va. 367, 377, 549 S.E.2d 40, 50 (2001), the Court stated that for a criminal defendant to prevail on a procedural due process claim, the criminal defendant needs to demonstrate that "he or she was denied an adequate procedure for determining mental competency after the trial court was presented with evidence sufficient to prompt good faith doubt regarding incompetency." Sanders, 209 W, 377, 549 S.E.2d at 50 .