James Holmes made another appearance in court today, as a hearing was held to listen to arguments from media outlets who believe a judge should unseal various documents related to the July 20 movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado.
Both sides - the prosecution and the defense - actually prefer to keep these documents away from the public while the case is pending.
But while a decision was not made regarding that issue, Holmes' attorneys did show their hand a bit:
They asked for prosecutors and investigators turn over every shred of evidence in their possession in order for the alleged killer's legal team to make a determination.
"We cannot begin to assess the nature and the depth of Mr. Holmes' mental illness until we receive full disclosure of all the documents," a lawyer told the judge, hinting they will pursue an insanity defense.
Holmes faces 24 counts of first-degree murder. The state has not revealed yet whether it plans to ask for the death penalty.