@NT8: Public Defender Dan King said during opening statements that we would see "every page" of the notebook before the trial is over.
@valleygirl: He did. It was pretty brief. There are some quotes if you scroll through this feed.
@NT8: We will talk to David again after court ends for the day!
@Valm46: In this feed? We are trying to ensure a civil conversation. So far I have not needed to block any comments.
Lawyers debating whether they can question witnesses about the backboard which was near the gunman's car behind the theater.
@Valm46: Hmmm... I apologize. Not sure why.
Judge Samour says given the nature of the crime and the graphic evidence the jury has already seen, evidence/testimony about the backboard will be allowed.
Judge Samour asks Juror 737 if he can still be impartial and fair after hearing Alex Espinoza's testimony.
Juror 737 affirms that he is fine to continue.
@MädísönLücäs: It will be fascinating to see how each side interprets the contents of the notebook.
@NT8: I hope so since he just did!
- New Witness
Prosecution calls 50th witness: Araphahoe County Sheriff's Office Investigator Craig Clark.
Arapco Investigator Clark was called to theater as part of the bomb squad.
Arapco Investigator Clark said he arrived at about 2:05 a.m.
@LisaReid: I believe they will call every victim named in counts against the gunman. That is about 70 people. We will also hear from family members of the deceased. And then an unknown number of emergency responders. Marshall says he thinks they may call as many as 400 witnesses!
Arapco Investigator Clark says it is standard procedure to look for a second device after one is reported.
Arapco Investigator Clark said he was concerned about closed bags in the car.
@NT8: I will keep your question in the queue until a little later so I don't lose it.
Arapco Investigator Clark said bomb techs Troy Waller and Garrett Gumbinner had to suit up to approach the car and open the hatchback of the gunman's car.
Arapco Investigator Clark said he removed 2 rifle cases, a gas can, a blanket and zipped bags from the car.
Arapco Investigator Clark said no explosive devices were found in the car.