Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity
Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting case say the University of Colorado might have withheld records that raise questions about how the school handled defendant James Holmes when he was a student there.
Defense attorneys in the Colorado theater shootings are attacking the reliability of firearms analysis, saying it’s subjective and lacks statistics to measure its accuracy.
The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case said Tuesday he will rule this week on whether a psychiatrist will be allowed to video-record the second sanity evaluation of defendant James Holmes.
The city of Aurora and two police officers who are potential prosecution witnesses in the Colorado theater shootings case are fighting attempts by defense attorneys to get the officers’ disciplinary records.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting case are accusing a representative of the defense team of misleading victims, offering to leak sensitive information to them and trying to line up opposition to the death penalty.
A teenager accused of brutally stabbing her mother more than 150 times has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
Jury selection in the Colorado theater shootings case will be open to the public and the news media, the judge said Wednesday.
The judge in the Colorado theater shootings case has rejected three more defense attempts to rule out the death penalty if defendant James Holmes is convicted.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday turned away an effort to force a Fox News reporter to reveal her confidential sources for a story about the man charged with killing 12 people in a Colorado movie theater.
The Colorado Supreme Court on Thursday rejected Aurora theater shooting defendant James Holmes’ request that he not have to undergo a second psychiatric evaluation.