@Stephany: Oh! ahahah, that was Brian and Marshall I think, but now I remember
Judge is considering prosecution's request to enter into evidence a red light ticket
@LG: I can't tell you, analytics tell us the number of total "playbacks" at the end of the day, but not "people"
Judge says that around July 10, 2012, he got a red light camera and the prosecution has exhibits
Judge Samour previously ruled those would be excluded, but prosecution argued now that the defense opened the door and judge agrees
King asked earlier about whether gunman followed the rules, "was he a chronic rule follower" and Woodcock didn't have any examples of breaking rules (except fight with sister)
@LG: Ooops, yes, I"ll edit... done, thanks
Judge is going to allow prosecution to cross examine Dr Woodcock about red light ticket and information about a speeding ticket from fall 2011
that was previously redacted
King asking for permission to finish Dr. Woodcock's direct examination and also skip cross for now to allow for a deputy to testify. deputy isn't available tomorrow
Brauchler says he would like to start the cross, and interrupt it for the deputy
In comes the jury. Judge will ask if they can stay about 15 minutes late
King resumes with reminding jury Woodcock's opinion about gunman's capacity to know right from wrong
"It is my opinion that he lacked the capacity"
DA objects, approaches the bench
King now asks about 2nd prong, if gunman lacked capacity to form the required mental state
"deliberation involves reflection and judgement"
"Can a psychotic delusion interfere with judgement?" "Absolutely"
"is there any real doubt in your mind?" ... Objection sustained.
lawyers asked to approach again
I didn't hear the objection, but I suspect it was that the question had been asked and answered
Judge says King may proceed with clarification that Woodcock was confident
- Cross-examination starts
DA Brauchler will do the cross examination
Very different tone from DA than we've heard before, now that he's on cross