Judge to determine if man accused of killing family, infant, is fit to stand trial
OKLAHOMA CITY – The man accused of killing four family members, including an infant, back in August is due back in court today.
Daniel Green, 40, is facing four counts of first-degree murder.
However, his public defender said he’s not fit to stand trial.
Green is due back in court later today for a competency hearing.
A judge will decide whether green understands the charges against him and is able to help his attorneys prepare his defense.
From there, he will either stand trial or be placed in a mental health facility until he’s competent enough for a trial.
Prosecutors said Green shot 7-month-old Amario Dominguez, his 16-year-old sister Katherine Cizec, their mother, 34-year-old Rebecca Cizeck and 57-year-old Sallie Green.
Right now Green is still on the mental health floor of the Oklahoma County Jail without bond.
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