Centennial, Colorado – Closing arguments are over and the Colorado movie theater shooting trial will now go the jury.
The trial has gone on for 11 weeks – with more than 250 witnesses testifying.
At issue is whether James Holmes was sane when he opened fire in a movie theater in July 2012, killing 12 and wounding dozens of others.
Holmes’ attorneys admitted their client was the shooter, but they argue that he was mentally ill and not capable of knowing right from wrong.
Prosecutors say Holmes was legally sane.
Jurors will receive their instructions from the judge Wednesday morning, and then begins deliberations.
If convicted, Holmes could be sentenced to death.