This is day 18 of the theater shooting trial. Court is expected to resume shortly.
D.A. George Brauchler said he will introduce evidence about the gunman's mental health in the next "couple weeks."
Judge Samour will not allow a witness to read the notebook aloud in its entirety.
Judge Samour says Det. Fyles is in "no better position to read the notebook than anyone else."
Each juror will be provided their own copy of the notebook.
Jurors will be given enough time to read the entire notebook, Judge Samour says.
So far, the prosecution has sworn 146 witnesses, taken testimony from 144, admitted 2,085 pieces of evidence/exhibits (including 510 physical exhibits and about 1,575 photos and trajectory diagrams), and called 51 total victims.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls witness Antoinette Muniz, employee at Anschutz mail room.
Witness Antionette Muniz said she and 7 coworkers were asked to look for yellow package addressed to Lynn Fenton.
Witness Antionette Muniz described package as a manila folder, about 8 1/2 X 11. Coworker named Abby found the package after about 15-30 minutes of searching.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls witness James Myrsiades, Univeristy of Colorado Police Department.
CUPD Officer Myrsiades said he accepted the package from Antionette Muniz, recognized the names and called for an evacuation of the building.