Not Guilty By Reason Of Insanity
Attorneys for Colorado theater shooting defendant James Holmes are asking the judge to bar the public and media from hearing pretrial testimony from the psychiatrist who evaluated Holmes’ sanity.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting case want defendant James Holmes to undergo further evaluation of his sanity, according to court records made public Monday.
New York’s highest court is considering whether state law protects a Fox News reporter from having to reveal the names of her sources for a story about James Holmes.
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 police officer responding to the deadly Colorado theater shooting testified Tuesday that he asked James Holmes twice whether he had an accomplice, but Holmes only looked at him and smiled.
The judge in the Colorado theater shooting case says it could take up to three months to pick a jury and up to five months to conduct the trial of defendant James Holmes.
Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shootings received defendant James Holmes’ mental health records from the state hospital and the University of Colorado on Monday.
Both sides in the Colorado theater shootings soon will get their first look at a long-awaited opinion from a state psychiatrist on whether James Holmes was insane when he killed 12 people and injured 70.