Judge Samour: "The fetus is not the subject of a homicide case."
Judge Samour said if her only injury was the miscarriage, that would be admissible, and her other injuries don't make the miscarriage less important.
Judge Samour says that a miscarriage is an injury.
Prosecutor Teesch-MacGuire says 4 pregnant women were injured in the shooting.
Prosecutor Teesch-MacGuire says a "million mothers are going to tell you that a gunshot wound causing a miscarriage is an injury."
Judge Samour asked: "Is a miscarriage an injury?"
Defense Attorney Kristin Nelson arguing that Ashley Moser's miscarriage does not prove the gunman was targeting her because she was pregnant.
Judge Samour tells Defense Attorney Kristen Nelson: "I can read. I can read," as she cites case law.
Attorneys now debating whether testimony about Ashley Moser's pregnancy and miscarriage.
Attorneys debating whether jail visitor records should be admissible.
Prosecuting Attorney Lisa Teesch-MacGuire says the videos demonstrate the loss of the victims family and are relevant to jurors who must decide on the death penalty.
Prosecuting Attorney Lisa Teesch-MacGuire says the video about Jessica Ghawi shows her interviewing hockey players, says it shows her personality.
Prosecuting Attorney Lisa Teesch-MacGuire says they only plan to show videos about 4 of the 12 deceased victims.
Prosecuting Attorney Lisa Teesch-MacGuire says the videos speak for victims who can't speak for themselves.
Prosecuting Attorney Lisa Teesch-MacGuire says the videos were provided to the defense as soon as possible.
Defense says they will not fight showing the videos during the sentencing hearing.
One video shows a photo montage set to music, including photos of grownup victims when they were children.
One video shows Veronica Moser-Sullivan opening Christmas presents, the defense attorney says.
One video apparently shows the defendant dancing. Defense argues it is irrelevant.
The "victim impact videos" contain interviews with family members who lost loved ones.
Defense Attorney Kristin Nelson says she is concerned the videos contain inadmissible hearsay.
Judge Samour is discussing how to handle "victim impact videos."
Judge Samour: "I'm still gonna get you guys out of here in time to watch the NFL draft."
APD Det. Ingui has been dismissed from the stand, but may be called to testify again.
Judge Samour says the security video does not require an explanation.
- Judge's Order
Judge Samour will allow the DVD into evidence. He says it shows the chaos in and around the theater and the magnitude of the crime.
Judge Samour spent the break watching a DVD of security video of people running out of the theater and employees taking action. The defense objected.
Judge calls 5 minute break. Court scheduled to end at 3:30 p.m. today.