Justice, Viviene Harris, is expected to make a final ruling tomorrow regarding Damion Cargill, one of three men charged in connection with the beating death of Mario Deane while in police custody in 2014.
Cargill who is deaf, mute and schizophrenic was found unfit to plea by a seven member jury in March in the St James Circuit Court.
The case was called up on Friday before Justice Harris in the Western Regional Gun Court.
During Friday’s sitting, Justice Harris issued a writ for Cargill, who was not present, to be taken to court on Tuesday.
Justice Harris is expected to hand down a decision then as to whether Cargill will be sent to a state facility or be allowed supervised care.
On the other hand, Cargill has another matter before the court.
Also on Friday, a pre-existing matter that had resulted in Cargill being in custody at the time of Deane’s beating in 2014 was also called up in the St James Parish Court.
However, Judge Natalie Hart-Hines says she was awaiting the outcome of the case in the Upper court before making her next move regarding the matter in the parish court.
Meanwhile, the other two men in Dean’s case Marvin Orr and Adrian Morgan are set to make an appearance in September at the beginning of the St James Circuit Court.
Deane, a 31-year-old construction worker was arrested and held at the Barnett Street Police Station in Montego Bay for the possession of a ganja spliff in August 2014.
However, he died three days later in hospital after receiving severe injuries to the head while in custody.