James Holmes makes his first court appearance in Colorado
Accused movie theater shooter James Holmes (left) makes his first court appearance at the Arapahoe County Courthouse with his public defender Tamara Brady on July 23, 2012 in Centennial, Colorado. According to police, Holmes committed one of the worst mass shootings in American history, killing 12 people and injuring 58 when he opened fire on a movie theater showing the premier of 'The Dark Knight Rises'. UPI/RJ Sangosti/Pool
Attorneys for suspected Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes said Monday they are switching to an insanity defense.
Attorneys for James Holmes, the former graduate student accused of the Aurora, Colo., theater massacre, notified a court Tuesday he intends an insanity plea.
It took 17 minutes before emergency medical workers were notified of a shooting at an Aurora, Colo., theater where 12 people died, a review indicates.
Attorneys for the man accused in last year's Aurora, Colo., movie theater killing spree have objected to the constitutionality of state's insanity defense.
Prosecutors said they may use jailhouse recordings of Aurora, Colo., theater shooting suspect James Holmes against him during an upcoming death penalty hearing.
Lawsuits against the owner of an Aurora, Colo., theater, site of the July 2012 shooting incident in which 12 were killed, can go forward, a federal judge ruled.
Police have taken extraordinary measures to record reports and evidence in the Aurora, Colo., movie theater slayings, prosecutors said in a court filing.
A judge has delayed a ruling on whether a journalist must name a source for a report on James Holmes, accused of killing 12 people in an Aurora, Colo., theater.
A Fox News reporter won at least a reprieve from a subpoena forcing her to reveal an anonymous source covering the Colorado theater shooting or go to jail.
Fox News said its reporter may face jail time if she doesn't reveal the source of a story about Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes' journal.