Santa Monica, CA asked in Criminal Law, Appeals / Appellate Law, Civil Rights and Legal Malpractice for California

Q: Are there any cases where an EEG test took precedence over a interview only exam to prove sanity?

The LAPD arrested me, the victim instead of the perp, then tried to frame me to cover it up and got caught on film planting falsified evidence. I represented myself and proved in court that the plaintiff's had made their entire story up. But because the cops tried to frame me and got caught, they're claiming I am incompetent to stand trial and plan to commit me to a mental institution just to cover up for having falsely arrested me in the first place. They had a doctor put together a bogus report that even gave me a phony criminal history! Then had a guy do a 2nd opinion that didn't even get my gender right! But I have my doctor's letter and one from a Psychologist at the Venice Family Clinic stating nothing is wrong with me. I passed every one of the AMA mental assessments and I have an EEG brain exam that says I don't even have the potential to develop a psychiatric disorder! I'm looking for cases that prove an EEG test takes precedence over a doctor's interview only opinion?

1 Lawyer Answer
Joel Gary Selik
Joel Gary Selik
  • Legal Malpractice Lawyer
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Licensed in California

A: This would be an issue for doctors to testify to, not a legal issue.

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