Maine Revised Statutes

§168. Examination to determine sanity of accused

A Judge of the District Court may order a person, who is accused of an offense, to be examined by a physician without delay, to determine whether or not such person is insane. The cost of such examination shall be paid from the treasury of the county in which the action is pending. [1967, c. 222, (AMD).]

SECTION HISTORY
1967, c. 222, (AMD).