"You can be psychotic and still plan," psychiatrist Dr. Lowdermilk testified.
Jury question: Can a person being properly treated still have delusions?
Dr. Lowdermilk: Yes.
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- New Witness
Defense calls Arapahoe County Deputy Jacob Lofland.
Deputy Lofland worked in the medical unit of the Arapahoe County Jail.
Deputy Lofland confirmed another inmate brought him a note on July 24, 2012.
A cleaner in the infirmary found the note. It had "Holmes" written on it.
Deputy Lofland said on one side, the note said "Holmes."
The other side said "Can I please get your autograph and draw me something?'"
The note was from an inmate with the last name Warren. The gunman appeared to read the note, but didn't do anything with it, Deputy Lofland said.