Colorado Supreme Court denies theater shooting victims criminal evidence for civil suit

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: January 7, 2014 - 10:50 AM

DENVER — The Colorado Supreme Court has refused to allow some victims of the deadly Aurora theater shooting to obtain copies of evidence from the criminal case to use in a civil suit against the theater owner.

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garry1Jan. 7, 1412:45 PM

His lawyers and him plead insanity? He won't know the difference of a fair trial anyway.

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fishbachJan. 7, 14 1:21 PM

Oh editor! This story is ambiguous: it states that "some victims" have been refused access to copies of evidence. Does this mean that some victims do have access to this evidence, or are only the victims pressing the civil suit against the theater owner being denied access.

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swmnguyJan. 7, 14 3:32 PM

Maybe they should wait until the Holmes trial is complete to file their own case?

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parker0910Jan. 7, 14 6:02 PM

This was a tragedy that no one could have predicted. The civil suit needs to be tossed out as soon as possible. The fact it has been allowed to even get this far is a crime.

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