Colo. shooting suspect returns to court

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July 30, 2012, 8:35 am
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(NECN/AP) -  The former student suspected in the Colorado theater massacre that killed 12 people faces formal charges Monday that are expected to include a dozen first-degree murder counts.
James Holmes is not expected to enter a plea and legal analysts believe the case will be dominated by arguments over his sanity.

Michael Coyne, Civil and Criminal Defense Attorney and Professor at the Massachusetts School of Law, along with Dr. Robert Kinscherff, Director of the Forensic Psychology Program at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, joined "The Morning Show" to discuss the case.

Watch the attached video to catch the entire discussion.

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