Maine Superior Court Deputy Chief Justice Robert Mullen this month scheduled a Feb. 28 hearing on the matter.
Williams pleaded not guilty in June. His lawyers in a court filing last month said opioid withdrawal effects and a fear of further violence led to his apparent confession after his arrest.
State prosecutors have not filed a response to such claims.
Williams is scheduled to be tried for the murder in June.
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