John Hinckley Jr. to Be Unconditionally Released in June - The New York Times
Sep 27, 2021 1 min, 17 secs
Hinckley, 66, who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981, will be “untethered to the court” next year after a judge’s ruling on Monday, his lawyer said.

Hinckley Jr., who tried to assassinate Ronald Reagan in 1981, next year if he stays mentally stable and continues to follow the conditions that he has been living under, prosecutors said.

Friedman, during a hearing in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, said he would issue his written order on the plan this week, his office said.

“If he hadn’t tried to kill the president, he would have been unconditionally released a long, long, long time ago,” The Associated Press quoted the judge as saying during the hearing.

Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia said it would agree to Mr.

Hinckley’s unconditional release in June 2022 “if he continues to comply with the conditions of his current release order and maintains his mental stability between now and then,” Bill Miller, a spokesman for the office, said in a statement.

Hinckley, 66, said in a telephone interview that he and prosecutors had agreed before the hearing on the unconditional release and that Judge Friedman granted their joint request.

Levine said.

From 2014 to 2016, Judge Friedman allowed Mr.

In 2016, Judge Friedman ruled that Mr.

Hinckley to determine his mental condition and “risk of dangerousness, if any, if unconditionally released from his commitment,” the filing said.

Hinckley’s release, Judge Friedman said Mr.

Levine said Mr

Once the unconditional release takes effect, “he is untethered to the court.”

Levine said

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