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.
Defenders say Holmes' strange behavior is proof of his insanity.
Brauchler noted that Dr. Jonathan Woodcock rendered his opinion before he had finished interviewing Holmes.
A second court-appointed psychiatric expert says James Holmes was legally sane at the time of the Aurora theater shooting.
Attorneys for the gunman behind the Aurora theater shooting want jurors to doubt the testimony of a court-appointed psychiatrist.
With a gag order in place since just after the attack, observers couldn't find out much about the case. The trial has changed that.
The trial kicked off Monday nearly three years after the July 2012 shooting in which 12 people died and another 70 were injured.
Wayne Wicks has been working since February to make global media coverage of the Holmes trial seamless. He's managed the press pool for other high profile trials in Colorado.