More from the court documents today on conservatorship:

03/07/2012
DECLARATION OF ATTORNEY FOR PROPOSED CONSERVATEE FILED BY WILLIAM AYRES

According to his lawyer Jonathan McDougall's statement, "Mr" (sic) Ayres is being given:

1) Citalopram for depression and anxiety
2) Levothyroxine for hypothyroidism
3) Memantine for cognitive deficits
4) Omega-3 fatty acid for cardio and cerebrovascular protectionprotection (sic)
5) Methocarbamol for chronic pain.

McDougall describes "Mr." Ayres' demeanor at two meetings at his law office on April 2, 2011 and at a visitor's room at Napa State hospital on March 1, 2012 as "pleasant and cooperative." He states that Ayres "expressed concern over placing a burden on his daughter. He felt that she possessed the knowledge and skills needed to do a great job but did not want to burden her with responsibilities. "

Macdougall then states,"Mr." Ayres expressed serious concerns about leaving Napa State Hospital for either a residential home or his home with his wife. He understood that the conservator would have with court approval the power to decide his residence."


So if he doesn't go home or to a residential home, where does Ayres propose he go? And is he not aware that he's still under a criminal indictment and doesn't have any say about where he gets to go?



Edited by pluckmemory (03/16/12 04:46 PM)