Hasan has been recovering there since the Nov. 5 rampage at Fort Hood that left 13 dead and more than 30 wounded. Hasan was shot by civilian members of Fort Hood's police force.
The hearing is to determine whether Hasan will be placed in pre-trial confinement -- which usually means jail. But Galligan says he'll argue that Hasan should remain in intensive care because he is paralyzed and still needs hospital care.
Fort Hood officials didn't immediately return a call about the hearing.