In hearing on the matter, a judge was told that Corrao's condition rose to the level of a disability and that he lived on Social Security payments."
The judge ordered Corrao to undergo in-home competency restoration training, to avoid drinking alcohol, and to continue taking his prescribed medication. The case later moved into Hillsborough County's mental health court, where a judge received periodic updates on Corrao's treatment. "
The prosecution began moving again in March after Corrao was declared competent. A trial date was set for August."
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