Brauchler reminding jury that Woodcock has only once previously been asked to make a legal insanity assessment
Woodcock says DSM5 is not to be taken "as a bible" but rather as a collection of criteria
Woodcock confirms he uses the DSM5 as a guide
Brauchler confirming that DSM5 has nothing to do with Colorado law
DA: "Whats important here than is not the diagnosis but how whatever that diagnosis is affects the person's functions in the context of this state's laws."
Woodcock replies: "My point is that the diagnosis allows us to make that determination"
Woodcock says his notes say 2 hours 45 mins was the length of the interview
Woodcock says his recollection of the length was wrong -- DA Brauchler seizes on that because his recollection of the interview made the way into the report
Objection to form of question, sustained
DA asks what Woodcock had heard about the case before that interview: "News reports"