(CBS/AP) THIBODAUX, La. - Jeremiah Wright, a Louisiana man accused of beheading his disabled 7-year-old son, is out of a state mental hospital and in jail.
Defense attorney Kerry Cuccia says another sanity hearing for Wright will be scheduled at a Sept. 16 hearing.
Wright is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Jori Lirette, who had little ability to speak and needed round-the-clock care.
Cuccia says doctors at the state mental hospital in Jackson think Wright, of Thibodaux, is competent to stand trial for first-degree murder. But he notes that they thought the same thing earlier, and Judge John LeBlanc disagreed.
At least a dozen investigators previously testified in front of a judge that Wright told them that his son was a robot or CPR dummy put into his home as a government experiment to teach him about life.
District Attorney Cam Morvant did not immediately answer a request for comment.