Jurors have several questions for Prof. Vijayaraghavaen. They have been excused while Judge Samour considers them.
Prosecutor asks Prof. Vijayaraghavaen whether the defendant wore glasses in 2012. Prof. Vijayaraghavaen says he did not.
Prof. Vijayaraghavaen confirms it was the defendant's decision to leave the program.
Yes, @Kristle, here's what I wrote after the preliminary hearing: The sighting is "According to testimony from Steven Beggs, Holmes had already dyed his hair when he bought a scope at a Gander Mountain store on July 1."
@Kristle: I'd have to check my notes... But I think it may have been during a purchase
@MädísönLücäs: My understanding is that the court has determined that doctor-patient confidentiality is invalidated by a plea of "not guilty by reason of insanity." Also, they revealed during opening statements that the notebook was sent to the doctor but intended for family.
@Sdm: I think she does! But Marshall says she always sounds like that.
@NT8: She is Tamara Brady, Chief Deputy Public Defender.
Prof. Vijayaraghavaen agrees the defendant went through 30-minute interviews with 7 faculty members during the admission process for CU Denver.
Prof. Vijayaraghavaen agrees that the defendant came out of his undergraduate program with good grades and good test scores. The defendant also had 3 letters of recommendation from respected sources.