"This is not, of course, how the brain is supposed to work"
Dr Woodcock says he doesn't agree in taking a piecemeal approach, and he needs a big picture in mind
"When you understand the diagnosis, it should be a plan to hang all the facts and make them coherent"
"I think (legal) sanity is an issue that absolutely requires that kind of understanding of the patient"
Dr Woodcock is explaining definition of antisocial personality disorder
Objection after reference to fight with his sister again
King will be allowed to proceed
Woodcock says he's not aware of any other crimes, tickets, etc. No psychopathic history
King moves on to 2nd part of legal insanity definition: That defendant can't form required mental state
Woodcock says being able to see difference between right and wrong is fundamental to being people
Note to readers: I'm having difficulty keeping up with your long comments, and even understanding who is disagreeing with whom and why. I'll just remind you to pleas keep it respectful and focused on the trial at hand. thank you.