Richard Henry Bain trial: Judge tells jurors they’ll deliberate four of six charges

The judge presiding over Richard Henry Bain‘s first-degree murder trial has told the jurors they won’t need to return verdicts on two of the six charges he faces.

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Superior Court Justice Guy Cournoyer told them during his final instructions Friday they won’t have to rule on two arson-related counts.

That means they will deliberate on four charges.

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Bain is charged with one count of first-degree murder in the slaying of stagehand Denis Blanchette and three counts of attempted murder.

The accused’s lawyers have argued he was mentally ill the night of the shooting on Sept. 4, 2012, outside the Metropolis nightclub as premier-designate Pauline Marois was delivering a speech to the Parti Québécois (PQ) election rally.

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But the Crown has argued Bain was of sound mind and that the shooting was premeditated and triggered by his anger over the PQ victory.

WATCH: Richard Henry Bain in court.

Richard Henry Bain closing arguments

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Richard Henry Bain closing arguments

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Richard Henry Bain cross-examined

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Richard Henry Bain explains ‘vision’

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Richard Henry Bain has ‘no memory’ of attack

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Richard Henry Bain testimony continues

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Richard Henry Bain testifies

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Richard Henry Bain trial begins

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Richard Henry Bain in court



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