Dr. Feinstein: "We really wanted him to come back. He said he didn't need to."
The gunman cut the session short, saying he had an appointment to meet school officials about dropping out, Dr. Feinstein said.
Prosecutors asked if he had legal grounds to put a 72-hour hold on the gunman.
Dr. Feinstein: "Absolutely not."
Dr. Feinstein said when he asked the gunman about his plans after dropping out, the gunman seemed future-oriented and logical. When asked about his financial situation, the gunman said he had $10K in the bank.
Dr. Feinstein testified again that the gunman did not tell him about the purchases he was making or his plans to attack the theater.
Dr. Feinstein says he didn't take any notes on his meetings with the gunman.
Dr. Fenton told Dr. Feinstein that diagnosing the gunman was "confusing for her," Feinstein confirmed.
Dr. Feinstein said he felt the medications Dr. Fenton prescribed were working. He confirmed that he later suggested an anti-psychotic.
Prosecutor: "He probably knew some of the side effects of an anti-psychotic medication?"
Dr. Feinstein: "Probably."