FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) — Lawyers for Army Pfc. Bradley Manning are calling witnesses to rebut prosecution evidence that the government secrets he gave to WikiLeaks posed a national security threat.

The court-martial of the former intelligence analyst resumes Tuesday at Fort Meade, near Baltimore.

READ MORE: Union Craft Brewing Is Offering Ownership Stakes To Workers

On Monday, the military judge approved former Guantanamo Bay chief prosecutor Morris Davis as an expert to testify about whether some detainee assessment briefs published by WikiLeaks contained damaging information.

READ MORE: 80th Anniversary Of Pearl Harbor Commemorated Aboard Baltimore Ship, The Last Vessel From The Attack Still Afloat

Morris said during the witness-qualification process that the briefs were biographical summaries containing no actionable intelligence.

Former Gitmo commander Rear Adm. David Woods has testified for the prosecution that the documents revealed sources of U.S. intelligence and other types of information that could be expected to cause serious damage to U.S. national security if publicly released.

MORE NEWS: Lockdown Lifted At Roland Park Elementary Middle After Unspecified Threat

(Copyright 2013 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)