The American student charged with shooting a dozen people to death at a screening of a "Batman" film at a cinema in Colorado last July will return to court today for a preliminary hearing.
James Holmes, 25, faces more than 160 charges including first degree murder and attempted murder.
The purpose of the preliminary hearing, which will last around a week, is for prosecutors to try to convince a judge they have enough evidence to put him on trial.
More top news
Oliver Letwin MP, who was in charge of Brexit negotiations for two weeks, tells ITV News what he thinks will be easy and what will be hard.
Theresa May's decision to delay green-lighting Hinkley nuclear plant has put noses out of joint. But EDF is confident it will go ahead.
Highs of 23C at best in the afternoon sunshine but feeling cooler in the mornings and the evenings.