Orman's next concern is about a paragraph on the jail writings, the "galactic colonization" writings
Orman arguing the time period of the writings is inconsistent with the proposed instruction
Nelson replies there is evidence indicating these writings were in the appropriate time period
Judge and Orman trying to remember testimony from Gonglach about the writings
Judge says he recalls the Sheriff's department seized the writings, the defense found out about it and got them back. He remembers that in early 2014.
Judge offers to check about whether gunman mentioned it to Dr. Reid, because Judge has a transcript
@Sarah: Her testimony concluded. Jury scheduled to arrive at 11:30 for the closings
Notice the convicted shooter has his hand up to the side of his face, almost holding his head up during these arguments. Not an expression I've seen before
On this issue, judge says all sides will need to check. Orman says he believes they objected to the testimony this paragraph was based on
Paragraph 44 is Orman's next objection
Orman says he doesn't remember anyone providing the name "echolalia"
However, I remember having to look that word up before
Echolalia means: "meaningless repetition of another person's spoken words as a symptom of psychiatric disorder."
Judge remembers the word being used too
Nelson says Dr. Gur testifies about Echolalia
Judge seems to agree with Orman that "values of the medication" shouldn't be considered mitigation
Judge proposed rephrasing, Nelson agrees and Orman agrees too
Next Orman objection is paragraph 58 on the last page
Orman and Judge both ask "do we really need to argue that one" that the defense offered to plea, but was rejected
Judge rejects that paragraph in its entirety