James Holmes, the man accused of killing 12 people in a Colorado movie theater last summer is expected to enter his plea Tuesday.
Speculation is mounting that Holmes will mount an insanity defense which could keep him out of prison, but far from free.
CNN's Ted Rowlands has the story.
The widow of 26-year-old James Blunk, victim of the Aurora movie theater shooting filed a lawsuit against the psychiatrist who treated accused gunman James Holmes.
The lawsuit alleges Dr. Lynne Fenton knew Holmes was dangerous and failed to protect the public.
Dr. Fenton treated Holmes at the university of Colorado, Denver - the school is also named in the lawsuit.
OutFront tonight: Forensic Psychologist Robyn Landow and CNN Legal Contributor Paul Callan.
A Colorado judge has ruled there is enough evidence for 25 year-old James Holmes to face trial for killing 12 people and wounding 58 others in the July 20th massacre at an Aurora movie theater.
Will the former neuroscience grad enter an insanity plea? The judge delayed today's arraignment until March to give the defense more time to consider the evidence.
Outfront tonight: Tom Teeves, whose son Alex was killed in the shooting. He spent the week in Colorado at the preliminary hearing and right before the show Erin Burnett asked him what is was like to sit in the same room as James Holmes.
James Holmes, the suspect in that July shooting that killed 12 people appeared in court for a preliminary hearing to find out if he will stand trial for his alleged actions.
Our Ed Lavandera is OutFront tonight in Auora, Colorado.
Accused Colorado shooter James Holmes is back in solitary confinement Friday, a day after his most recent court appearance.
He'll have to wait three weeks until his next one, but for some of his alleged victims, the wait for help may drag on even longer.
Despite five-million-dollars in donations, financial aid for the injured has been held up by red tape, clogged in a bureaucratic system that was meant to help the victims.
CNN's Kyung lah reports on their growing outrage.