Woodcock explains his work is in area of behavioral neurology, specifically brain injury and a mixture of neurological and psychological diagnosis
King confirms with Woodcock that he is an assistant prof of neurology and psychiatry both, even though he's not listed on the psychiatry part of the University's website
"Most of my career has not been spent in academic medicine, where most of that (publication) work gets done"... "I am more of a clinician"
King and Woodcock confirm they knew each other because of the past case in Colorado Springs.
Woodcock confirms the defense contacted him to meet with gunman asap and they picked him because he was available
Objection, King has to rephrase the question
On July 24, 2012, was Dr asked to render decision about sanity? Or a complete psychiatric eval? No
Woodcock was not even hired to reach a diagnosis
Objection, King has to rephrase again
Woodcock confirms "I was asked to give an initial clinical impression"
Woodcock says he is asked to do 'initial clinical impressions" often
Woodcock didn't seen any police reports or records before meeting gunman