Theater Shooting Defense Lawyers Try To Limit Gore, EmotionDefense attorneys in the Colorado theater shooting trial are trying hard to keep jurors from knowing the worst details of the massacre.
Court: Colorado Crime Suspects Can Search Victims' HomesAn appeals court added Colorado to the list of states that can allow criminal suspects to search victims' homes to bolster their defense — a move that raised concerns among prosecutors and victims' advocates.
Convict Released 90 Years Early Files Appeal In Effort To Get Life BackIn 1998, 19-year-old Rene Lima-Marin and his friend robbed two Aurora video stores at gunpoint.
Man Back In Prison For 90 Years After Court ErrorRene Lima-Marin's wife told her two young sons their father had to go to work the night in January when a team of police officers led her husband away in handcuffs.
Judge Reconsiders Trial, Hearing Dates For HolmesThe judge overseeing the Colorado theater shooting case agreed on Tuesday to give the state mental hospital until mid-September to complete an examination of James Holmes.
Holmes Lawyers Try To Clear Path For Insanity PleaLawyers for Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes asked a judge Thursday to clear away their legal questions so Holmes can plead not guilty by reason of insanity.
James Holmes In Court, This Time Without Red HairSeeking to avoid any delays in the Colorado movie theater shooting case, prosecutors gave up their fight to see a notebook the suspect sent to a university psychiatrist and instead argued for a palm print to compare with one found on the inside of a theater exit door.
Prosecutors Give Up Fight For Holmes' NotebookFor the first time with hair that's brown instead of a wild shade of orangish-red, the suspect in Colorado's movie theater shooting appeared in court Thursday as prosecutors gave up their fight to see a notebook he sent to a university psychiatrist, saying they didn't want to delay proceedings.
Holmes Doesn't React To Talk Of Struggling VictimsThe suspect in the Aurora movie shooting showed no emotion in court Thursday as a lawyer discussed a charity's efforts to help victims.
CIA Contractor To Face Trial For Parking Lot FightA CIA contractor involved in a fatal shootout in Pakistan will face trial on assault charges stemming from a fight over a parking space in Colorado, a judge ruled Thursday.
CIA Contractor In Court Over Felony Assault ChargesThe United States paid more than $2 million to get Raymond Davis out of Pakistan. Now the CIA contractor faces felony charges of assault in Douglas County after he allegedly got in a fight over a parking space.