The UK lawyer representing the man accused of trying to kill Donald Trump in Las Vegas says she is hopeful a new psychiatric report will play a key part in his defence.
Saimo Chahal QC, who visited Michael Sandford in America last week, said:
The pictures of Michael Sandford, who's from Dorking, being frogmarched out of the political rally where he was arrested were beamed around the world. It's alleged he tried to grab an officer's gun and said he wanted to kill the presidential hopeful.
In a rare move an American judge granted his mother permission to visit him twice in the main court house Las Vegas for a face-to-face meeting. His sister Jessica and grandmother Christine were allowed to visit him at a detention centre but their meeting was via a video link.
Christine found seeing her grandson in prison hard and found it difficult to control her emotions.
A tearful Lynne says leaving her son after the final meeting was heartbreaking.