It's been six years since a Colorado jury sentenced anyone to death and nearly two decades since the state's last execution.
Convicted killer James Holmes took the lives of 12 and injured 70 others, but those weren't the only victims, a prosecutor says.
James Holmes' defense had a strategy aimed at sparing their client the death penalty. It worked.
Prosecutor George Brauchler speaks about the choices he made in the Aurora theater shooting case.
A team from the University of Denver analyzed nearly 500 prosecutions from 1999-2010.
Events in court could go slower or faster than expected, so we'll update this post as information changes.
Sandy and Lonnie Phillips lost their daughter Jessica Ghawi in the 2012 attack. They've attended every day but one of the trial.
If jurors find James Holmes guilty, he could be executed. Their verdict could also have ramifications for District Attorney George Brauchler.
Donations flowed in from around the world after the 2012 attack and the governor ultimately called in an expert to sort a mess.
Dr. Rose Manguso also testified Holmes was not faking a mental illness.