This case involves a woman who fatally stabbed her husband while having a schizophrenic episode. The woman had been diagnosed with schizophrenia the year prior to the incident and prescribed antipsychotic medication. The woman had developed insomnia from the antipsychotic, and elected to stop taking the medication in the 2 months prior to the incident. The woman was subsequently treated at a state mental hospital and as a result of treatment, her episodes stopped. The woman was interested in moving to a half-way house designed to rehabilitate such individuals. An expert forensic psychologist was sought to review the medical records and evaluate the woman to determine whether or not she remained a danger to the public.