Good morning. This is day 41 of the trial. We expect to hear from more doctors who treated the gunman.
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The defense wants to present slides as demonstrative evidence during Dr. Robert Hanlon's testimony.
Prosecutors claim the defense did not provide the slides to them until last night. They do not feel slides of quotes are not proper demonstrative evidence.
Dr. Robert Hanlon is expected to testify about Dr. Jeffrey Metzner's sanity evaluation of the gunman.
He may also answer questions about the contents of a notebook that the gunman mailed to CU psychiatrist Lynne Fenton.
Judge Samour says some of the slides would be more appropriate for the closing arguments. He doesn't feel they qualify as appropriate demonstrative evidence.
Sounds like we will also hear from a Dr. Gray, who evaluated the gunman in 2012.
Dr. B. Thomas Gray approaches Judge Samour to answer questions about the test he performed.
Dr. Gray: "The MMPI consists of 567 true/false questions... I then take that answer sheet and input the responses into a scoring program."
Dr. Gray: "I then get a printout that does include some interpretive statements." It also includes clinical and validity scores.
Dr. Gray said the PAI is a similar test that consists of more than 300 questions with 4 possible responses