HOUSTON - Channel 2 Investigates has learned that Shannon Miles, the man accused of shooting and killing deputy Darren Goforth, will not be in court this week.
Originally, Miles was scheduled for a competency hearing on Thursday after undergoing another psychiatric evaluation.
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However, according to Miles' attorney, the court date will now happen March 8 because of scheduling issues with doctors.
Miles is charged with capital murder in the execution-style killing of Goforth in 2015.
He was found mentally incompetent to stand trial last year.
Since then, he has undergone treatment in attempts to restore his competency.
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