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Courtroom sketches from the Capital Gazette trial

Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, gives her closing augments to the jury in the trial of Jarrod Ramos who killed Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen.
(Kevin Richardson)
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Courtroom sketches from the trial for Jarrod Ramos who killed five Capital Gazette employees in 2018.
(Lloyd Fox)
Reading the verdict
A member of the jury, right, announces the verdict in the sanity trial of Jarrod Ramos. Counter clockwise, starting at top, Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Michael Wachs; court official; David Russell, Assistant State’s Attorney; Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney; Jarrod Ramos; Defense Attorneys Katy O’Donnell, Matthew Connell and Elizabeth Palan.
A member of the jury, right, announces the verdict in the sanity trial of Jarrod Ramos. Counter clockwise, starting at top, Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Michael Wachs; court official; David Russell, Assistant State’s Attorney; Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney; Jarrod Ramos; Defense Attorneys Katy O’Donnell, Matthew Connell and Elizabeth Palan. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun / Baltimore Sun)
Anne Colt Leitess closing arguments
Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, gives her closing augments to the jury in the trial of Jarrod Ramos who killed Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen.
Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, gives her closing augments to the jury in the trial of Jarrod Ramos who killed Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen. (Kevin Richardson)
Dr. Sameer Patel
Dr. Sameer Patel, left, a state forensic psychiatrist randomly assigned by the court to evaluate the Capital Gazette gunman. Talks to the jury about his 120-plus page report on the shooter who killed Gerald Fischman, Wendi Winters, Rob Hiaasen, Rebecca Smith and John McNamara.
Dr. Sameer Patel, left, a state forensic psychiatrist randomly assigned by the court to evaluate the Capital Gazette gunman. Talks to the jury about his 120-plus page report on the shooter who killed Gerald Fischman, Wendi Winters, Rob Hiaasen, Rebecca Smith and John McNamara. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun)
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Anne Colt Leitess, right, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, questions Dr. Gregory Saathoff, left, a psychiatrist the prosecutors hired to investigate the insanity defense of the man who killed Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen.
Anne Colt Leitess, right, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, questions Dr. Gregory Saathoff, left, a psychiatrist the prosecutors hired to investigate the insanity defense of the man who killed Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun)
Dr. Gregory Saathoff
Dr. Gregory Saathoff is the psychiatrist prosecutors hired to investigate the insanity defense of the man who killed Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen.
Dr. Gregory Saathoff is the psychiatrist prosecutors hired to investigate the insanity defense of the man who killed Wendi Winters, Gerald Fischman, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith and Rob Hiaasen. (Kevin Richardson)
Dr. George Marshall Cowan III
Assistant State’s Attorney David Russell, right, questioned Dr. George Marshall Cowan III, left, a Psychologist at Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center on his evaluation of Jarrod Ramos who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018.
Assistant State’s Attorney David Russell, right, questioned Dr. George Marshall Cowan III, left, a Psychologist at Clifton T. Perkins Hospital Center on his evaluation of Jarrod Ramos who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018. (Kevin Richardson)
Anne Colt Leitess
Anne Colt Leitess, center, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, presented the State's opening statement to the jury by first showing the duffle bag which Jarrod Ramos used to carry his tools and weapon into the Capital Gazette.
Anne Colt Leitess, center, Anne Arundel County State's Attorney, presented the State's opening statement to the jury by first showing the duffle bag which Jarrod Ramos used to carry his tools and weapon into the Capital Gazette. (Kevin Richardson)
Ramos Trial
The defense’s psychiatric expert, Dr. Dorothy Otnow Lewis, left, is questioned by defense attorney Katy O’Donnell, center, about her evaluation of Jarrod Ramos the gunman who killed five Capital Gazette employees.
The defense’s psychiatric expert, Dr. Dorothy Otnow Lewis, left, is questioned by defense attorney Katy O’Donnell, center, about her evaluation of Jarrod Ramos the gunman who killed five Capital Gazette employees. (Kevin Richardson)
Ramos Trial
Anne Colt Leitess, right, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney, cross-examine the defense team medical expert, Dr. Catherine Yeager.
Anne Colt Leitess, right, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney, cross-examine the defense team medical expert, Dr. Catherine Yeager. (Kevin Richardson)
Dr. Catherine Yeager
The jury looks on as the defense leading medical expert, Dr. Catherine Yeager shares her evaluation of Jarrod Ramos during the second week of the trial.
The jury looks on as the defense leading medical expert, Dr. Catherine Yeager shares her evaluation of Jarrod Ramos during the second week of the trial. (Kevin Richardson)
Thomas Lancaster private investigator
Thomas Lancaster, a private investigator that was asked to gather all of Jarrod Ramos' filings to the courts against the Capital Gazette.
Thomas Lancaster, a private investigator that was asked to gather all of Jarrod Ramos' filings to the courts against the Capital Gazette. (Kevin Richardson)
Dr. Thomas Hyde, Ramos trial
In this courtroom sketch, Dr. Thomas Hyde, left, turned towards the jury when he gave his evaluation of Jarrod Ramos as having Autism Spectrum Disorder in the trial to determine if Ramos, who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018, was criminally responsible for his actions.
In this courtroom sketch, Dr. Thomas Hyde, left, turned towards the jury when he gave his evaluation of Jarrod Ramos as having Autism Spectrum Disorder in the trial to determine if Ramos, who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018, was criminally responsible for his actions. (Kevin Richardson)
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Defense attorney Elizabeth Palan questions Michelle Jeans, the sister of Jarrod Ramos, about their childhood in the insanity trial for the gunman who killed Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Gerald Fischman, Wendi Winters and Rebecca Smith on June 28, 2018.
Defense attorney Elizabeth Palan questions Michelle Jeans, the sister of Jarrod Ramos, about their childhood in the insanity trial for the gunman who killed Rob Hiaasen, John McNamara, Gerald Fischman, Wendi Winters and Rebecca Smith on June 28, 2018. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun)
Annapolis detective Kelly Harding
David Russell, Assistant State’s Attorney, cross-examines Annapolis detective Kelly Harding in the trial to determine if the man who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018 was criminally responsible for his actions.
David Russell, Assistant State’s Attorney, cross-examines Annapolis detective Kelly Harding in the trial to determine if the man who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018 was criminally responsible for his actions. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun)
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Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney, questions Annapolis police officer Wesley Callow about his body camera footage from the 2018 shooting scene in the Capital Gazette offices. The trial continues of the mental state of the man who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees.
Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney, questions Annapolis police officer Wesley Callow about his body camera footage from the 2018 shooting scene in the Capital Gazette offices. The trial continues of the mental state of the man who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun)
Capital Gazette trial
The defense gave opening statements Tuesday in the trial to determine if the man who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018 was criminally responsible for his actions. Counter clockwise, starting at top, Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Michael Wachs; court official; David Russell, Assistant State’s Attorney; Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney; Jarrod Ramos; Defense Attorneys Katy O’Donnell, Matthew Connell and Elizabeth Palan.
The defense gave opening statements Tuesday in the trial to determine if the man who gunned down five Capital Gazette employees in 2018 was criminally responsible for his actions. Counter clockwise, starting at top, Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Michael Wachs; court official; David Russell, Assistant State’s Attorney; Anne Colt Leitess, Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney; Jarrod Ramos; Defense Attorneys Katy O’Donnell, Matthew Connell and Elizabeth Palan. (Kevin Richardson/Baltimore Sun)
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