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further action to disrupt the orderly process of the court. "Norman Lewis' courtroom troubles started last year when he said during a court hearing that he wanted to be represented by God and Jesus rather than a court appointed defender. Norman Lewis also spoke during an arraignment hearing last year about more than 100 songs and poems he has written about his work with Helping Hands, "doing so in a manner that left the court concerned with the defendant's mental capacity," Gergel said while ordering Norman Lewis to undergo a psychiatric examination.
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