Hemy Neuman turned down the opportunity to testify at his own murder trial March 8, according to ajc.com.

On March 8, the defense rested its case after psychiatrist Tracey Marks testified. Marks said after analyzing Neuman, she believes he was insane at the time of the shooting and did not know the difference between right and wrong, according to ajc.com.

The AJC also reported that the prosecution called forensic psychiatrist Pamela Crawford to the stand, who testified that  it was implausible  Neuman could have had manic episodes without anyone knowing it.

Neuman, who is accused of murdering Dunwoody businessman Rusty Sneiderman in 2010, has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.

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