A shooting suspect ordered to be committed for psychiatric care is now considered competent to stand trial.
James Allen Green is charged with shooting and killing Clinton pawn shop employee Larry Snellings back in November 2011.
Police say Green entered the South Clinton Pawn Shop and asked to see a shotgun. Investigators say that's when he loaded it with shells he brought into the store and shot Snellings.
In April 2012, a judge found Green incompetent because of a psychotic disorder and had him sent to Moccasin Bend Mental Health Institute. Green's doctors blame his psychological troubles on chronic brain failure caused by mini-strokes.
After a year of treatment, Green's doctors say he has made a "remarkable" recovery and he's now able stand trial and assist in his defense.
Doctors say he needs to remain on his medication, but he is now back in the Anderson County Jail.