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Lawyers for a man charged with trying to assassinate President Obama by shooting at the White House are trying to get his statements to authorities thrown out.
A man accused of shooting an assault rifle at the White House and charged with the attempted assassination of President Obama faces two additional counts.
The Idaho man accused of trying to kill President Obama after firing a rifle at the White House was indicted Tuesday by a grand jury on the assassination attempt and a number of additional charges.
A U.S. District judge on Monday ordered the man charged with attempting to assassinate President Obama to remain behind bars until his trial.
A preliminary hearing for an Idaho man accused of attempting to assassinate President Obama was delayed on Wednesday after lawyers for both sides continued to squabble over whether additional mental evaluations are necessary.
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The Idaho man charged with the attempted assassination of President Obama after shooting at the White House is competent enough to stand trial, according to a preliminary mental evaluation submitted Monday in federal court in the District.
A man accused of firing shots at the White House is due in court Monday for a hearing
An Idaho man facing charges of attempting to assassinate President Obama was ordered to undergo a mental evaluation and held without bond at a preliminary hearing Monday in U.S. District Court in the District.