He'll be certified to stand trial as an adult.
Oh boohoo what part of social skill do you need to not know you shouldn't stab folks to death?
By Eva Ruth Moravec - Express-News
A teen accused of stabbing a man to death is extremely intelligent but lacks social skills and has a troubled past, according to witnesses who testified in the murder suspect's adult certification hearing Friday.
State District Judge Carmen Kelsey postponed the end of the 16-year-old murder suspect's hearing until Wednesday, when she'll determine if he will face the first-degree felony charge as an adult or a juvenile.
The boy's probation officer, Traci Geppert, recommended he be certified as an adult, adding that the teen doesn't have time to carry out a mandatory 3-year sentence before his release from juvenile custody on his 19th birthday.