Prosecutors in the Colorado theater shooting trial rested Friday, concluding their argument that James Holmes methodically planned and executed the 2012 massacre in a case that relied heavily on victims’ recollections of the carnage he inflicted inside the darkened cinema.
The judge in the Colorado theater shooting trial says the jury can hear emotional details from a woman who was paralyzed and suffered a miscarriage in the attack, and whose 6-year-old daughter was killed.
Defense attorneys for Colorado theater shooter James Holmes want to severely limit the testimony of a woman who was paralyzed, suffered a miscarriage, and whose 6-year-old daughter died in the attack.
Another important witness took the stand late Wednesday afternoon in the Aurora theater shooting trial. It was a second University of Colorado psychiatrist who treated defendant James Holmes.
After eight weeks of often dramatic and emotional testimony, prosecutors are wrapping up their case against Colorado theater gunman James Holmes.
James Holmes believes he gained a specific amount of self-worth for each of the 12 people he killed in a Colorado movie theater, but he regrets that one of the victims was a child.
Jurors in the Colorado theater shooting case are seeing autopsy photos of some of the 12 people who were killed in the attack.
A newlywed woman who was wounded in the Colorado theater massacre testified Tuesday that when the shooting began, she told her husband she loved him because she feared they wouldn’t survive.
All the first responders to the Aurora theater shooting scene had been under a gag order from the court since that deadly night. But on Wednesday, for the first time, they started sharing their stories.
Josh Nowlan has had a difficult recovery, undergoing five surgeries in just a short period of time. Those in court could hear a pin drop as Nowlan walked to the witness stand.