Judge Samour says bank records are relevant because, 1. They show purchases he made were used in the shooting and apartment, and 2. The records demonstrate his cognitive abilities and mental capacity.
@bob: Nathan Dunlap, the convicted killer in the Aurora Chuck E. Cheese shooting, is said to have cost the state around $18 million so far in trial costs and attorney fees. Convicted in 1996 and still on death row.
The jury is entering the courtroom.
@LG: Death penalty cases are subject to automatic appeal.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls Dr. Lynne Fenton to testify.
Dr. Fenton identifies notes and records about the gunman.
Dr. Fenton says email sent by social worker Dr. Margaret Roath described the gunman as "one of the most anxious people she had ever had seen."