According to a source in the courtroom today, the two court-appointed psychiatrists did not present their written reports at today's hearing. But, based on statements made by the judge today, the psyciatrists have apparently told the court orally that they believe Dascalowitz is unfit to stand trial. Their written reports are expected to be presented at a hearing next week.
If they have indeed decided that Dascalowitz is unfit to stand trial, and if the court accepts their finding, Dascalowitz could be immediately sent to a psychiatric facility from next week's hearing. He would remain in that psychiatric facility until he is deemed fit to stand trial.
Dascalowitz, who was arrested on multiple felony and misdemeanor sexual abuse charges last May, claims he was molested as child by convicted child molester Rabbi Baruch Lebovits.
I reported in early December that Dascalowitz wanted to plead not guilty by reason of insanity. At the time, the judge refused to agree to accept the plea unless Dascalowitz agreed to be incarcerated until his court-ordered psychiatric evaluations were finished, and Dascalowitz did not enter that plea. He remained (and still remains) free on bail as a result.
The court-appointed psychiatric exams were ordered later after Dascalowitz's attorneys requested them.
I'll post more information when it becomes available.
[Hat Tip: MMA.]