The civil trial related to the Aurora Theater shooting begins on Monday.
The Aurora theater shooter has been ordered to pay nearly $1 million in restitution.
The killer was sentenced to the maximum: 12 life sentences without parole plus 3,318 years.
Unexpected, the gunman's mother stood to tell the court her son feels remorse but cannot express it.
Nearly 40 witnesses, survivors and family members testified Monday, in the first day of the final sentencing hearing.
The jury could not reach a unanimous decision on the death penalty. Therefore, the gunman is sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Jurors heard the final arguments and were sent to make their final decision. Should the gunman be put to death?
More family members testified Wednesday to tell the jury about those who died and the impact of their murders.
Jurors heard from the spouses, parents and siblings of several of the victims who were killed.
Jurors returned a verdict in Phase 2 after fewer than 3 hours of deliberations.
Attorneys both presented their closing arguments in the second phase of the penalty decision process.
Arlene Holmes testified Wednesday that she still loves her son and told the jurors about his childhood.