The death penalty trial for Colorado theater shooter James Holmes entered its second day Tuesday.
Attorneys gave their opening statements Monday, with each side revealing details of Holmes' life story.
A prosecutor said two court-ordered psychiatric exams concluded he was sane at the time of the massacre.
Defense attorneys countered that he was having a psychotic break, and that 20 doctors agreed he is schizophrenic.
If he's found not guilty by reason of insanity, he would be committed indefinitely to the state mental hospital.
Under Colorado law, the jury will determine whether the state has proved beyond a reasonable doubt that Holmes was sane, and therefore guilty.
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