Jury selection underway for Andrew Dennehy, accused of 2012 Tulsa County Courthouse shooting

TULSA - Jury selection for the man accused of opening fire outside the Tulsa County Courthouse continues Tuesday.

About 40 jury candidates were tasked with completing a 13-page questionnaire. The questionnaire, which inquires about an individual's views on the insanity defense, law enforcement and firearms, is intended to whittle the number of potential jurors to 14 -- 12 jury members and 2 alternatives.

Those jurors will eventually hear Andrew Dennehy's  case. Dennehy is accused of firing four shots in the air across the street from the courthouse in March 2012. He also allegedly shot one deputy in both hands with a .357 Rossi-Revolver before being shot multiple times himself.

PHOTOS: Shooting outside Tulsa County Courthouse

Dennehy has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. His family and attorney say he's a paranoid schizophrenic.

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Dennehy faces the possibility of life in prison with parole.

Since many Tulsa prosecutors witnessed the shooting, the attorney general assigned this case to the District 27 District Attorney's Office to avoid any conflict of interest.

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