Jury Deliberates in Woodcock Murder

Stacy Durrence is accused of killing Lee Woodcock in March of 2002 at Woodcock's home in Glennville. Today, psychologists for the defense testified that Durrence suffers from bipolar disorder and is unable to control his actions. They say medication from an incorrect diagnosis made his condition worse.

But prosecutors countered that Durrence was coherent enough to function and know right from wrong.

Judge Robert Russell gave the jury its instructions this afternoon. As of Friday evening, no verdict has been reached.

Reported by: Dal Cannady, dcannady@wtoc.com