Brauchler objects to form of the question, because it relates to past testimony. Judge sustains
Woodcock says he believes in looking at the facts through the lens of the patient's diagnosis
"So, is it important to understand the psychotic thinking process in order to understand?" "I think it is"
"What we have to understand is the degree to which it is there and the way it drives behavior"
Taking a break in a moment
@Chipper: This doctor is expressing that he believes the clinical diagnosis has a relationship to the legal assessment. Other doctors said that legal assessment was based on law, diagnosis was based on the disease and they were separate
Does that make sense or am I rambling?
@Stephany: I have no idea what you mean about that song, but thanks for the kind thoughts and trying to brighten the room!