McKayla Hicks: "At first we thought they were firecrackers or fireworks."
McKayla Hicks was hit, tried to leave through the main double doors with her two friends, but a young man told them to stay inside the theater because they didn't know where the gunman was.
McKayla Hicks says she went to the back exit of Theater 8, saw victims and tried to re-enter Theater 8. They knocked and someone let them back in.
Hicks: "I remember my friend Lori pulling a fire alarm. A man gave me his jacket to wipe off my face."
McKayla Hicks: "The bullet was lodged in the left side of my face. Later it was removed with one of the bottom teeth that had been damaged." She required a bone graft, braces, a second bone graft, a gum graft and a dental implant.
McKayla Hicks was 17 at the time of the shooting.
Some victims' family members object to the 3-day delay in the trial, Judge Samour says it was unavoidable and reminds prosecution "We're ahead of schedule."
Bench conference about scheduling... and then lunch. Stay with us to hear from Phil and Rick Kornfeld.
Stay with us during the lunch break to hear from Phil and legal expert Rick Kornfeld.