Judge Samour: Jurors do not know whether they are alternates or not - to make sure they continue to pay attention.
Judge Samour: Jurors must decide whether James Holmes had a "diseased or defective mind" at the time of the act that made him incapable of knowing right and wrong.
@sparkles: It is playing through our YouTube account, so it should work fine on Kindle and other mobile devices
Judge Samour: Prosecutors must prove James Holmes acted "after deliberation and with intent," and "knowingly."
@CaseyHettrick: Can you please describe the difficulty? We'll try to get it fixed
@MelissaMarquais: Sorry Melissa, please refresh. If you can't normally watch something like YouTube, you will likely also have difficulty with this live stream
Judge Samour: You should not read anything into the number of objections sustained or overruled.
Someone's cell phone just went off in court... Judge Samour: "At least it was a good jingle."
Judge Samour: No one will read jurors' notes - even after the trial.
Judge Samour: This trial may take 4-5 months. Tells jurors they it is their choice to take notes or not, but note-taking must not detract their attention from testimony and the conduct of witnesses. Urges jurors to rely more on their memory than notes.
Judge Samour: "You must not think I have an opinion for anyone or against anyone."
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Judge Samour: To protect the privacy of jurors the media is prohibited from contacting/communicating with jurors, their friends, family or acquaintances.
You can see the defendant in the corner of the image from the courtroom. The judge allowed him to wear street clothes instead of a jail jumpsuit, but he is restrained under the desk
@sheba: Please make sure you turn on the volume on the YouTube player above
The jurors are entering the courtroom.
Judge Carlos Samour has entered the courtroom.