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University of Pittsburgh medical school professor hired by the defense, defense, determined that Mock was not responsible for his actions on June 6, 2002, according to a bail petition that Ceraso filed with the court in September. "Several of the prescribed drugs, however, were prescribed erroneously and taken in conjunction conjunction one with the other caused the defendant to act erratically," erratically," Ceraso wrote . "Since the time of his arrest, (Mock's) medications have been corrected corrected and he is not a threat to family or the community at large." To get a second opinion, the district attorney's office hired Pittsburgh psychiatrist Dr. Christine Christine Martone to evaluate Mock.. Martone's findings—for which she billed the county $931.25 — are not shown in the court records. Neither Ceraso nor Indiana County District Attorney Robert Bell could be reached for comment comment on Friday.