Aurora Theater Shooting Suspect Enters Plea
AURORA, CO - James Holmes is scheduled to go on trial August 5th for the 2012 movie theater massacre in Aurora, Colorado.
At an arraignment hearing on Tuesday, members of Holmes' defense team said they were not ready to enter a plea.
The judge entered a standard plea of not guilty on Holmes' behalf.
Holmes is accused of killing 12 people and wounding 58 others.
Prosecutors say they will announce whether they plan to seek the death penalty at a hearing on April 1st.
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