A women tries to kill herself and her husband. She only succeeds in killing him. Then she spends a decade in a mental health facility because she has extreme mental health issues and is not competent to go to trial.
The mental health institution declares that it is going to release. The prosecution gets the indictment back in place. The question now becomes whether her mental condition will worsen in jail. The prosecutor claims not to know whether it will but filed a motion asking for a quick mental evaluation "it would be unjust to the victim and to the family to allow the Defendant "to decompensate in jail to avoid being prosecuted for the crimes of murder and arson."