Albrecht Muth will appear in DC Superior Court three days this week as the defense and prosecution make their cases about his competency to stand trial in the Viola Drath murder case scheduled for March.
Last week expert witnesses offered their interpretations of Muth's behavior.
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Dr. Robert Phillips testified for the prosecution that Muth is a narcissist who is fully capable of standing trial.
Dr. Shawn Agharkar testified for the defense that Muth is delusional and therefore incompetent to assist in his own defense.
Last week Agharkar testified that Muth's fixation on using a defense based on his status of an Iraqi general is proof positive that he is delusional.
But Phillips said Muth is merely operating a "con" for his own "emotional benefit."
Judge Russell F. Canan will hear arguments from additional expert and lay witnesses this week to decide if Muth is competent to face a jury in March.
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