FOND DU LAC, WI (WTAQ) - A man accused of causing a deadly crash involving 12 motorcycles in Fond du Lac County will stand trial.
A judge ruled Thursday that Clinton Lovelace is mentally competent.
Authorities say Lovelace was driving in the Town of Taycheedah last May when he swerved across the centerline. That's when he allegedly hit several motorcycles.
Two of the motorcyclists died in the crash.
Lovelace is facing 12 charges, including two counts of vehicular homicide with a controlled substance.
A trial date has not yet been set. That's because Lovelace claims he has amnesia as a result of the crash. He says he can't remember what happened that day.
FOX 11 reports Lovelace's defense attorney requested a different psychological evaluation to prove whether his client does, in fact, have amnesia.
She says the defense team needs a clear ruling before the trial begins so they can plan a fair strategy. The judge said he would consider the request and is expected to make a decision within the next few weeks.