Hospital Requests More Time to Evaluate Non-Fatal Shooting Defendant Due to Lengthy Record

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A non-fatal shooting defendant’s mental health court hearing was postponed on April 19 due to an inadequate amount of time for the hospital to evaluate the “1,000 pages” of records about the defendant.

Ahmad Moulden, 36, was not present for his mental health court hearing, so his attorney, Granville Templeton, waived his client’s right to appear. 

Templeton also requested that Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Gale E. Rasin postpone the hearing, to which there were no objections from the prosecution.

Judge Rasin postponed the hearing until May 3.

Mouldon is charged with attempted first- and second-degree murder, assault, and multiple weapons charges in connection to a shooting on July 10, 2022.

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