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Colorado Movie Theater Shooting

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  • Possible jurors ask to be excused from theater shooting case

    Prospective jurors in the Colorado theater shooting trial presented a judge with a number of excuses on Wednesday for why they shouldn't be on the panel that decides if defendant James Holmes was insane at the time of the deadly attack. By the end of...
  • Jury selection gets underway in Colorado theater massacre trial

    Two and a half years to the day after James E. Holmes burst into a movie theater during a Batman premiere, killing 12 people and wounding 70 others in a bloody rampage, jury selection began in his trial Tuesday. The first of thousands of possible jurors...
  • Jury selection to begin in trial of James Holmes in Colorado theater massacre

    Jury selection to begin in trial of James Holmes in Colorado theater massacre
    When the gavel drops Tuesday in Courtroom 201 at the Arapahoe County Justice Center, the trial of James E. Holmes, accused of one of the most heinous and vicious mass killings in the nation's history, is expected to finally begin. It will have been...
  • Judge in Colorado movie theater massacre case refuses to delay trial again

    Judge in Colorado movie theater massacre case refuses to delay trial again
    A judge overseeing the Colorado movie theater massacre case said on Wednesday he will not delay the trial of gunman James Holmes again, rejecting a request by the defense for more time to study the results of a second court-ordered sanity exam. Jury...
  • Parents of Colorado theater shooting suspect plead son be spared death penalty

    Parents of Colorado theater shooting suspect plead son be spared death penalty
    The parents of shooting suspect James Holmes on Friday pleaded that their son be spared the death penalty in a deadly rampage in a suburban Denver movie theater that shocked the nation two years ago. In a letter to the Denver Post and emailed to...
  • Jurors to see graphic images at Colorado movie theater massacre trial

    Jurors to see graphic images at Colorado movie theater massacre trial
    Jurors in the murder trial of Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes will see the majority of the gruesome photographs and video taken at the crime scene, but a handful of images will be barred, the judge overseeing the case ruled on Tuesday....
  • James Holmes' lawyers ask for new trial judge; judge says no

    Lawyers for the man who pleaded guilty by reason of insanity to killing 12 people when he opened fire in a packed movie theater in Aurora, Colo., have accused the judge in the case of being biased due to his "hostile and demeaning" language and asked...
  • Colorado theater shooting suspect's trial delayed again

    The death penalty trial of James E. Holmes, the man accused of opening fire on a packed Colorado movie theater in 2012, was delayed again Monday. This marks the fifth time the trial has been postponed. In his ruling, District Judge Carlos Samour...
  • For the record

    James Holmes plea: A national brief that ran in the A section Nov. 16 incorrectly stated that James Holmes, accused of killing 12 people in an Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting, pleaded guilty by reason of insanity. Holmes pleaded not guilty by reason...
  • Aurora theater shooting study gives suggestions to first responders

    Emergency medical workers responding to the 2012 Aurora, Colo., theater shooting were hampered in reaching victims by poor communication and a flood of 1,400 panicked moviegoers fleeing the suburban Denver theater, according to a review of the tragedy...
  • Trial for man accused in 'Dark Knight' shooting may be televised, judge rules

    Trial for man accused in 'Dark Knight' shooting may be televised, judge rules
    DENVER (Reuters) - A judge presiding over the Colorado theater massacre case ruled on Tuesday that he will allow the murder trial of accused gunman James Holmes to be recorded for television despite opposition from lawyers on both sides, a court ruling...