The man, a middle-aged white man in a wheelchair, said he believed in “an eye for an eye” and said in a particularly heinous case, he would have trouble opting for a life sentence.
District Attorney George Brauchler had asked Samour to instead limit the amount of time each side questions individual jurors. The current limit of 20 minutes per juror for each side is more than enough time, Brauchler said. He also said the court has “dodged some bullets so far” because not every juror has shown up for court.
“I don’t want to turn this into, ‘If I can get my doctor to scratch out a note, I can get out of jury duty,’” he said.
AURORA | In just over a week of jury selection, more than 1,300 prospective jurors in the Aurora theater shooting trial have streamed through the Arapahoe County Justice Center. So far, about 400 have been released for various reasons, leaving close to 1,000 that could still land on the jury. Still, even as jurors shuffle […]
Batch of jurors released today appeared for same session as drunk man Monday. The drunk one wasn’t among those released
The defense will likely want a long list of jurors who say they can’t be impartial, Steinhauser said, so they want jurors to at least fill out the questionnaire so they have a record of those who say they have made their mind up about Holmes
Five more jurors released this morning. Judge Carlos Samour Jr. says it feels like ‘Groundhog Day.’ More to come.
“Why aren’t any snacks provided?” one juror wrote.
Judge Carlos Samour, Jr. has released 121 prospective jurors from their summonses so far, leaving about 540 who have filled out their questionnaires and could still be selected.