Special Agent Milka identifies photos of orange funnel found in kitchen cabinet and same item with a marker number. She confirms she collected that
Defense asks to approach for objection to exhibits
Special Agent Milka identifies glow stick
Special Agent Milka identifies "site mark" from a firearm
Site mark admitted as exhibit
Special Agent Milka identifies photo of motor oil cans, which still contained liquid
Special Agent Milka says motor oil cans were found on sofa
No cross, maybe a question from the jury
Question from jury is to explain a glow stick. No follow up questions
Jury will get to handle the evidence
@DocJ: Remember that the word we keep leaving out is "legally" insane, so no, there is nothing mutually exclusive of that
Under Colorado law, the jury will need to find that the defendant was incapable of distinguishing right from wrong at the time of the alleged crime, which is called a "culpable mental state."
Boulder Bar Assoc defines CULPABLE MENTAL STATE (Mens Rea) - The culpable mental state is the state of mind with which a person must be acting before that person can be held criminally liable for an act. Most crimes define both the act and the culpable mental state that is required for the commission of the crime. See Manual § 6.1.