The future of a Pleasant Grove woman found not guilty by reason of insanity of killing her son will be up to the Psychiatric Security Review Board.

Georgia Clements, was found not guilty of second-degree murder by 4th District Judge Ray M. Harding in October. Clements was charged with beating her 17-year-old son, Martin, to death with a hammer on Aug. 15, 1988.In a hearing Friday, Harding ruled that Clements is still mentally ill. As mandated by state law, Harding turned jurisdiction over Clements' case over to the Psychiatric Security Review Board.

Treatment, care and custody of Clements will be determined by the board. Meanwhile, Clements remains in custody at the Utah State Hospital.