During three days of testimony, prosecutors highlighted months of Holmes' actions associated with the alleged planning of the mass shooting in the Aurora Century 16.
Aurora theater shooting defendant James Holmes on the second day of his preliminary hearing. Jan. 8, 2013.
James Holmes appears in court on the first day of his preliminary hearing on Jan. 7, 2013.
Prosecutor Karen Pearson speaking to the court.
This sketch depicts a photo investigators downloaded from Holmes' iPhone. It showed him with orange hair, a toothy smile and the muzzle of glock handgun.
This sketch depicts a photograph investigators downloaded from Holmes' iPhone. It showed him wearing a black skull cap with orange curls peeking out around his ears. He's sticking his tongue out and is wearing black contacts on his eyes.
Sketch depicts a Glock .40 caliber handgun equipped with a laser sight that was found atop Holmes' car after the shooting.
A sketch depicts where the Glock handgun with a laser sight was found on the top of Holmes' white car.
This sketch depicts a photo entered into evidence that showed where Holmes' gas mask and neck protection were found, near the rear tire of his car.
FBI Bomb Technician Garrett Gumbinner testified about the explosive and incendiary traps found in the Paris Street apartment.
Detective Craig Appel testified about where evidence was found inside Theater 9.
Defense attorney Daniel King speaks in court. He announced Wednesday that no witnesses would be called by the defense during the preliminary hearing.
Detective Matthew Ingui was asked to mark on an enlarged photograph of Theater 9 to indicate where the dead victims were found.
Holmes sat beside three members of his defense team at a wooden table, but seemed to ignore them throughout the hearing.
Officer Jason Oviatt testifies about arresting James Holmes during the first day of the preliminary hearing