Lawyer: Rudolph Uncooperative With Competency Evaluation
Update: Donald Rudolph’s lawyer stated his client has been uncooperative with Bridgewater State Hospital officials during his competency evaluation there.
An 18-year-old accused of murdering three people in Weymouth in November will remain detained without bail following a status hearing today in Quincy District Court.
After a competency evaluation was performed at Bridgewater State Hospital, officials there have not asked that Donald Rudolph be committed, according to Rudolph’s lawyer.
Rudolph will be held at the Norfolk House of Corrections pending a probable cause hearing on January 20. However, the case is likely to be sent up to Superior Court before that date.
Read WBUR’s story and view Donald Rudolph’s full hearing below: