Aurora Movie Shooting
Police officers who arrested James Holmes moments after the Colorado theater shootings will be allowed to tell jurors that when they asked Holmes if he had an accomplice, he replied, “No, it’s just me,” the judge ruled Friday.
Evidence from Colorado theater shooting defendant James Holmes’ wallet can be used at his trial, the judge ruled Friday, a victory for prosecutors that could aid their attempts to undermine Holmes’ insanity plea.
The judge in the Colorado theater shootings case says a police officer’s testimony that defendant James Holmes smirked at him when he asked if he had accomplices will not be allowed at Holmes’ trial.
A drawing of a game involving a serial killer and a maze was found in the apartment of Colorado theater shooting defendant James Holmes, a police detective testified Wednesday.
The battle over what evidence can be used against Colorado theater shooting defendant James Holmes is turning to the testimony of bomb technicians and explosives experts.
Lawyers for Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes on Friday added his emails to the list of evidence they say should not be allowed at his trial.
The courtroom battle over what evidence can be used against Aurora theater shooting defendant James Holmes has grown heated.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys in the Aurora theater shooting case are battling over what evidence can be admitted during James Holmes’ murder trial — all in an attempt to build up or tear down the case that he was insane.
A bomb squad commander says he was so worried about the possibility of explosives in the car of the Colorado theater shooting suspect that he ran when he spotted a green laser beam, thinking it might trigger a bomb if it was interrupted.
Minutes after the gunshots subsided in the deadly Colorado theater attack, a handcuffed James Holmes said nothing and only smirked when he was asked whether he had an accomplice, a police officer testified.