Capital Gazette Shooter Jarrod Ramos Was Concerned About SanityWhether Jarrod Ramos is sane — and therefore criminally responsible for the murders and associated acts — is a question that attorneys on both sides have spent months preparing to answer.
Accused Capital Gazette Shooter Jarrod Ramos' Trial To Determine Sanity Set For March 4, 2020The trial to determine the state of accused Capital Gazette shooter Jarrod Ramos' sanity will be on March 4, 2020.
Capital Gazette Shooter Trial Postponed After Defense Asks For DelayRamos’ defense team argued they had not received all of the reports from the state’s mental health experts and it would be “unfair” to move forward.
Jury Selection To Begin Wednesday In Trial Over Capital Gazette Mass Shooter’s Insanity PleaJury selection will begin Wednesday in the next phase of the Capital Gazette mass shooting case.
Judge Accepts Accused Capital Gazette Shooter Jarrod Ramos' Guilty Plea; Ramos Requests Jury Determine SanityHe is now asking for a jury trial on whether he is criminally responsible for Capital Gazette murders.
Judge: Doctor Says Jarrod Ramos, Accused In Capital Gazette Slaying, Is SaneA Maryland judge says a forensic psychiatrist for the state health department believes the man accused of killing five staffers at the Capital Gazette is legally sane.
Judge Rules On Notes From Psychiatric Evaluation In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseAnne Arundel County Circuit Court Judge Laura Ripken ruled in a hearing Thursday that defense mental health experts in the Capital Gazette shooting trial will not be made to provide their notes from neurological and psychological testing to the prosecution.
Judge Rules On Discussing Insanity Plea In Newspaper AttackAnother pretrial hearing was held Friday in the Jarrod Ramos case- he's accused of killing five employees at the Capital Gazette newspaper last year.
Lawyers Prep For Jury Selection In Capital Gazette Shooting TrialLawyers will meet Friday about jury selection in the trial for the accused Capital Gazette Shooter. 
Judge Will Allow Capital Gazette Shooting Video At TrialA judge is scheduled to hear arguments from attorneys again on whether a graphic video of a shooting at a Maryland newspaper can be used at the alleged gunman's trial.
Lawyers Argue Over Videotape Evidence In Capital Gazette Shooting CaseThe defense said surveillance video could prejudice the jury, calling the video "disturbing,"