Annapolis, Maryland (Arundel News Network) – The man suspected of going to the building where the Capital Gazette was located and killing five employees has got a plea extension to consider an insanity defense.
The Capital is reporting that on Tuesday a judge extended the insanity plea deadline to Jarrod Ramos to modify his not guilty plea. He has until March to make such a modification. Ramon’s trial is set for June, nearly a year after the shooting happened. He and his lawyers are considering a defense that he is not criminal liability due to being insane.