The man accused in the Tucson mass shooting that killed six people and wounded Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords could strike a plea deal on Tuesday.
The possible plea deal would allow Jared Lee Loughner to plead guilty in exchange for life in prison.
Loughner is accused of a shooting spree last year that left six people dead and wounded 13 others, including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.
At least one doctor is scheduled to testify.
Newly released court documents show, if he is mentally stable enough to understand the charges, the Judge will consider accepting a plea.