Jury selection begins Tuesday morning for a 77 year old man who allegedly shot at Alaska State Troopers in May of 2012.
Stanley Pieniazek is charged with two counts of felony assault.
Authorities say Pienizak refused to get out of a truck camper, flashed a gun and fired shots at two uniformed officers.
Troopers fired back, but no one was hurt.
A defense psychologist has testified that Pieniazek has Alzheimers Disease and is "losing his social and language skills," therefore making him incapable of standing trial in his own
But a psychologist testifying for the prosecution says Pienizak is lying about his symptoms.
In early July, a state court judge ruled in favor of the prosecution.