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On Thursday a state appeals court overturned the conviction of a Staten Island schizophrenic convicted of the murder of his parents

40-year-old Eric Bellucci now has a chance to try again after it was determined that the Staten Island Supreme Court judge who conducted his first trial should not have ordered his lawyer to file a defense, insane.

In August 2016, Bellucci was convicted of two first degree murders for the 2010 murders and sentenced to life in prison.

Prior to an exam in June 2015, it was determined that he was not eligible for testing while he was taking the prescribed lithium.

The Appeals Board also wrote that the state Supreme Court judge should consider granting a second aptitude test to Bellucci who refused to take his medication pending trial on Rikers Island. Furthermore, according to the verdict, he did not speak rationally to his lawyer.

Bellucci’s defense attorneys and prosecutors had asked for a review before the trial began, which the judge declined.

“We find that while the court must decide whether or not to order a judicial review, if the defense and the people agree that a judicial review is justified, it must delay the tax before disagreeing.”, Declared error.

According to the verdict, the court unfairly ordered Bellucci’s lawyer to provide a defense of insanity that the accused had objected.

The case is now back in the hands of the Staten Island Supreme Court, “for further criminal prosecution,” according to the ruling.

Bellucci was found guilty of stabbing his parents Arthur Bellucci, 61, and Marian Bellucci, 56, to death at his home on Poillon Avenue in the affluent Annadale neighborhood on October 13, 2010.

He fled to Israel after the attack, but was quickly captured.

Before appearing in court in September 2011, he compared himself to the city’s most notorious serial murder by shouting, “I’m Sam’s son!