For James Holmes, “justice is death,” prosecutors said Monday in announcing they will seek his execution if he is convicted in the Colorado movie theater attack that killed 12 people.
The judge in the Colorado theater shootings is requiring a New York-based reporter to attend a hearing Monday, when he will hear arguments on whether she must testify about her confidential sources for a story on the suspect.
Prosecutors said Thursday they are not ready to accept an offer from Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes to plead guilty in exchange for avoiding the death penalty.
CBS4’s legal analyst says pursuing a death penalty case in the James Holmes murder trial could be risky for both the defense and prosecution.
Over the past several weeks, prosecutors in the Aurora movie theater shooting case have been speaking to the 70 people injured in the rampage and survivors of the 12 killed to ask whether they want suspect James Holmes to be executed if convicted.
Lawyers for the Colorado theater shooting suspect have indicated their client might plead not guilty by reason of insanity.
A Colorado lawmaker wants to make it much harder for a defendant to plead not guilty by reason of insanity.
After deciding Thursday that there’s enough evidence for James Holmes to go to trial, a judge on Friday postponed the arraignment for Holmes despite objections from prosecutors and most of the victims and their families.
A judge has decided there is enough evidence to continue with a trial for the man suspected of opening fire in a crowded theater.
A status hearing only is scheduled for Friday morning at the Arapahoe County Justice Center in which the judge will announce whether there is enough evidence to continue with a trial for the man suspected of opening fire in a crowded theater.