Posted by | December 1, 2011 10:22 | Filed under: Top Stories

Barry Wm. Levine, attorney for John Hinckley, Jr. says his client should have more freedom so he can live with his mother in Virginia.

“Although he is flawed, he is fundamentally decent,” Barry Wm. Levine said as his client sat quietly at the defense table. “This man is not dangerous. The evidence shows he is not dangerous.”

Levine’s assertion came during opening statements of hearings before U.S. District Judge Paul L. Friedman, who must decide whether to grant a request by St. Elizabeths Hospital to expand Hinckley’s visits to his mother’s home.

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