A woman accused of kidnapping a newborn baby from a Quebec maternity ward has been declared fit to stand trial.
Valerie Poulin Collins will now head to a detention centre until her next court date on June 18.
A judge heard Thursday that a doctor has declared the 21-year-old fit after observing her over several days in hospital.
Police arrested Poulin Collins outside her home in Trois-Rivières on May 26, about three hours after a woman posing as a nurse snatched a 16-hour-old infant from a local hospital.
The baby girl was returned to her parents unharmed.
Officers were able to find Poulin Collins with the help of locals who recognized her from a surveillance video still sent out with an Amber Alert.
Poulin Collins faces two charges: one of kidnapping and one of abducting a person under 14 years old.
The abduction charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison while kidnapping draws a sentence ranging from five years to life.
Her lawyer, Karine Bussière, suggested to the court that her client have access to mental-health specialists while detained.
"We have information [in the report] that led us to believe she had a problem at this level," Bussière told reporters. "So I asked the judge to recommend that she has access to the appropriate services."