Aurora Movie Shooting
With a state Supreme Court appeal out of the way, the judge in the Colorado theater shootings has re-started the second sanity evaluation for defendant James Holmes.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Thursday rejected Aurora theater shooting defendant James Holmes’ request that he not have to undergo a second psychiatric evaluation.
Lawyers for the man charged in the Colorado movie theater massacre have asked the state Supreme Court to overturn the presiding judge’s order for a second sanity evaluation, but the appeal is sealed.
Attorneys for the Colorado theater shooting defendant are asking the state Supreme Court to overturn the presiding judge’s order allowing victims to attend the trial even if they’ll be called as prosecution witnesses.
A new court filing in the Colorado theater shootings case suggests that if investigators are pursuing more evidence, it might involve business records.
Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shootings are objecting to a request by the district attorney’s office to ask other judges to issue subpoenas in the case.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shootings are accusing the defense of trying to influence potential jurors when they publicized James Holmes’ willingness to plead guilty in exchange for a life sentence.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shootings said the judge shouldn’t move the trial out of the suburban Denver county where the massacre occurred in 2012.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting case hinted they may want to search for additional evidence or look for more documents, although they aren’t publicly saying why.
Victims and families of victims of the Aurora theater shooting said they’re disgusted by a new political attack ad.