A Pleasant Grove woman who earlier was found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 1988 murder of her 17-year-old son will undergo one more psychiatrict examination before 4th District Judge Ray M. Harding decides where she should be placed.
Georgia Clements, 54, was originally charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing and bludgeoning death of Martin Clements. But in October, Harding ruled that Clements was insane at the time of the murder.Clements, who has been in custody at the Utah State Hospital since the killing, appeared in court Friday for sentencing. But Harding said the court needs to conduct another hearing to determine Clements' present competency. He requested a new evaluation by hospital doctors and scheduled another hearing for Nov. 30. If Clements is found to still be a danger to society she could be turned over to the psychiatric security review board.