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The wounded deputy, Katie Barnes, and Warren County Sheriff Larry Sims were back in the courtroom Monday.
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Dr. Douglas Reed, a forensic psychologist, testified for most of the day in Warren County Common Pleas Court.
Reed supported the defense claim that Laghaoui should be found not guilty by reason of insanity.
Reed said Laghaoui started shooting, believing he had been robbed at gun point and still faced a threat.
“Yes, he believed it,” Reed said.
In his opening, Laghaoui’s lawyer said he would show the jury he felt under threat as Barnes approached his family’s apartment.
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It was the sixth day of what was scheduled as a five-day trial.
Testimony is to continue Tuesday, but Judge Timothy Tepe indicated he wants the jury to begin deliberations later in the day.