The 28-year-old Naperville man accused of strangling and stabbing his mother inside their home in August has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges.
A grand jury indicted on Sept. 6 on a single count of attempted murder, as well as multiple counts of aggravated battery and aggravated domestic battery. He pleaded not guilty during a Monday hearing and remains held in DuPage County Jail on $1.5 million bail.
Authorities allege Georg tried to strangle his mother and then stabbed her in the back and chest during an Aug. 11 incident that reportedly started with her offering Georg a sandwich. say they found Georg and a bloody butcher knife when they arrived at the home.
At the time of his arrest, Georg was was charged with attempted murder, a Class X felony, two counts of aggravated battery, Class 3 felonies, and aggravated domestic battery, a Class 2 felony. A class X felony is punishable by between six to 30 years in prison; aggravated domestic battery is punishable by three to seven years in jail; and aggravated battery is punishable by two to five years, according to the DuPage County State's Attorney office.
Judge Kathryn Creswell, at the request of Georg's attorney, ordered Georg undergo a fitness and sanity evaluation. An Oct. 24 hearing is scheduled, by which time a report on the evaluation could be complete.