Dr. Rose Manguso also testified Holmes was not faking a mental illness.
Aurora Theater Shooting
Defenders say Holmes' strange behavior is proof of his insanity.
Colorado theater shooter James Holmes told a psychiatrist months after the shooting that he was in jail because he "took the blood that wasn't mine to take."
Brauchler noted that Dr. Jonathan Woodcock rendered his opinion before he had finished interviewing Holmes.
Dr. Jonathan Woodcock, who was hired by the defense, evaluated Holmes just four days after the shooting.
James Holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to gunning down 12 people and injuring 70 at the midnight premiere of "The Dark Knight Rises."
Gunman James Holmes' attorneys plan to begin calling their witnesses next Thursday.
The judge said that he didn’t feel the juror was completely forthcoming with him after a prosecution witness recognized the juror, who works at her son’s middle school.
Dr. Lynne Fenton of the University of Colorado treated Holmes in the months before the shooting.
Dr. Lynne Fenton testified Tuesday that James Holmes never seemed depressed, suicidal, or homicidal in the months before the Aurora theater shooting.