"One of the reasons I have been looking at my notes of this interview is that I want to give accurate answers"
"I either misunderstood the question or Mr Brauchler is misrepresenting the question that I answered. That's the best I can do"
Brauchler moving on to visual hallucinations testimony
Objection to mischaracterization overruled.
Dr says that on page 10 of his notes, he asked about hallucinations and gunman's answer was "movement without cause"
But on July 24 defendant didn't mention seeing shadows.
I'm going to end the chat about each other and for the rest of the day only allow comments about the case, getting too out of hand
"He could do the things he had motivation for, correct?"
"Yes, he continued to do things"
"And one of the things he had motivation for was to kill people"
Dr just had to ask what page of his notes DA was referencing
@deb: One, 2-hour meeting
Gunman reported to Woodcock "never really having a panic attack"
DA asks how Woodcock knew to question gunman about grad school interviews, Woodcock explains it was in response to questioning about anxiety