D.A. Rejects Aurora Shooting Suspect's Plea
March 29, 2013
Prosecutors in the Aurora theater shooting case say they are "extremely unlikely" to accept an offer from suspect James Holmes to plead guilty unless they hear more details from him.
In a court filing Thursday, prosecutors write that after Holmes offered to plead guilty, they asked him and his attorneys to provide "specific access to information that would allow them to fully assess the Defendant and his alleged acts for purposes of determining a just outcome to this case." They say Holmes and his attorneys have repeatedly denied access to that information.
Because of that, prosecutors say Holmes' offer—which his attorneys disclosed in a court filing Wednesday—is not acceptable.
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