Lawyers argue about psychologist in newspaper attack case

ANNAPOLIS — Attorneys for a man who killed five people at a Maryland newspaper argued Wednesday that a psychologist retained by prosecutors should not be able to testify about his observations of the man's jail cell or interviews with jail personnel when jurors consider whether he's not criminally responsible due to his mental health. Prosecutors contended ...

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