"You get to use your common sense in evaluating every piece of evidence in this case"
DA says it is his burden to prove allegations beyond a reasonable doubt. Compares it to a recipe
DA now defines "after deliberation" for the jury. Says it is "the opposite of hasty"
DA defines "Knowingly" for the jury
DA defines "extreme indifference" as including "universal malice."
"This isn't risky behavior, this is behavior that is obviously going to lead to the injury or death of another person"
DA says gunman's manner in the theater shows "Universal malice"
DA says definition of legal insanity means gunman was insane at time of commission of the act. Not 4 months later, like evidence presented by the defense.
"The law doesn't care what he thinks is right or wrong. The law cares if he knows what society thinks is right or wrong"
DA naming various mental health ailments that are not enough under the law to be legally insane
"Our law says that is not enough"... "It is not enough to know what the diagnosis is"
DA reading from gunman's emails to parents, asserting that this is evidence of deception