The Evaluation of Competency to Stand Trial-Revised (ECST-R) is a semistructured interview designed to assess dimensions of competency to stand trial as propounded in Dusky v. United States (1960) and consistently affirmed in subsequent Supreme Court decisions.
It is designed for specialised forensic evaluations related to competency to stand trial, and can also be used to evaluate important elements of competency to plead and competency for pro se.
The ECST-R Profile/Summary Form contains the profile scoring grids, for raw scores and T scores. These provide a visual representation.
The back of the Profile is the Summary Form, presenting the summary scores.