(CBS) - The suspect in the deadly Aurora, Colorado shooting at a movie theater is expected to face a judge today.
At issue? Is there enough evidence to require 25-year-old James Holmes to stand trial for what's been called one of the nation's worst mass murders. Prosecutors are expected to call scores of witnesses before Arapahoe County District Judge William Sylvester. He'll determine whether the evidence is sufficient for Holmes to stand trial on more than 150 counts, including murder, attempted murder and weapons charges.
Last July's shooting left a dozen people dead and 70 more injured.