Experts: Case of burned Texas boy problematic

CORRECTS TO JUDGE HAMILTON, NOT COLLINS IN SECOND SENTENCE - Don Willburn Collins waits to be placed into the custody of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office following a hearing at the 359th Judicial District Court with Judge Kathleen Hamilton on Thursday, March 6, 2014, in Conroe, Texas. Collins, now 28, accused of dousing Robert Middleton with gasoline and setting him on fire in 1998 when he was a teenager, can be tried as an adult for murder after the victim died from his burns nearly 13 years later, Judge Hamilton ruled Thursday.  (AP Photo/ The Courier, Jason Fochtman)  MANDATORY CREDIT

CORRECTS TO JUDGE HAMILTON, NOT COLLINS IN SECOND SENTENCE - Don Willburn Collins waits to be placed into the custody of the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office following a hearing at the 359th Judicial District Court with Judge Kathleen Hamilton on Thursday, March 6, 2014, in Conroe, Texas. Collins, now 28, accused of dousing Robert Middleton with gasoline and setting him on fire in 1998 when he was a teenager, can be tried as an adult for murder after the victim died from his burns nearly 13 years later, Judge Hamilton ruled Thursday. (AP Photo/ The Courier, Jason Fochtman) MANDATORY CREDIT

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