CENTENNIAL, CO. -- James Holmes, the man suspected of killing 12 people and injuring 58 others is in court for his week-long preliminary hearing. Holmes allegedly opened fire in a Colorado movie theater back in July.
Holmes faces multiple counts of murder and attempted murder. His preliminary hearing started on Monday. CBS says prosecutors will outline their cases and disclose evidence to support their argument.
The Associated Press said during the preliminary hearing police fought back tears as they testified about how they tried to save people who were wounded without having enough ambulances.
A large crowd of survivors and family members of victims were at the hearing Monday. CBS reported that police testified saying Holmes was wearing body armor the night of the attack and admitted to have rigged his apartment with bombs. They also said Holmes appeared 'unusually relaxed' after the killings.
Family members of one of the victims told CBS Holmes was 'emotionless' and 'robotic' in court.
CBS said the judge still needs to decide whether the case will go to trail. Holmes' defense plans to bring in several witnesses to discuss his mental state.
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