Juror 267 will be allowed to stay, despite recognizing one of the witnesses.
@LisaReid: The jurors will not know whether they are alternates until it is time to deliberate.
Prosecution calls shooting survivor Alex Espinoza the witness stand.
These are the charges that apply to Alex Espinoza:
COUNT 34- Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder in the First Degree (F2)
COUNT 92-Criminal Attempt to Commit Murder in the First Degree (F2)
Judge Samour calls another break to address an issue with Juror 737.
Here's what we know about juror 737:
Juror No. 737, Seat No. 17
Caucasian man Approx. age: 30s
Columbine survivor Works for online business
Juror 737 submitted a note, indicating that he knows the shooting survivor Alex Espinosa and his wife.
Juror 737 says he met Alex Espinosa a few months ago, but did not know at the time that he was a witness.
Juror 737 says he is "new friends" with Alex Espinosa, but still feels he can be a fair juror.
Judge Samour: "IF you remain on the jury I'm going to order you to not have contact with him for the rest of the trial."
Juror 737 says that is not a problem.
Juror 737 said Alex Espinosa one time he mentioned the theater shooting in passing, after he had already filled out his jury questionnaire.