(PHOENIX) -- Jared Lee Loughner, the man accused of shooting Arizona Congresswoman Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 19 others over two weeks ago, is expected to be arraigned in Phoenix Monday.
Loughner is charged with only three federal counts of attempted murder but will ultimately face murder charges, as well, and possibly the death penalty -- murder charges take longer to process because of the death penalty component.
At the federal courthouse in Phoenix Monday, Loughner will hear the charges against him and be asked to enter a plea. It's unknown whether or not he'll try to plead insanity.
The judge presiding over Loughner's arraignment was flown in from San Diego after every federal judge in Arizona refused to hear the case.
On Jan. 8, Loughner allegedly opened fire at the Democratic Congresswoman's event outside a Safeway grocery store in Tucson, killing six people and wounding 14 others.
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