The accused gunman in last year's Colorado theater shooting won't have to enter a plea until March, as the possibility grew Friday that his lawyers would request a mental health examination.
A judge granted the request by James Holmes' lawyers to delay his arraignment until March 12. The decision came a day after the judge ruled that Holmes should stand trial for one of the country's worst mass shootings. The attack left 12 dead and 70 wounded, and Holmes is charged with multiple counts of first-degree murder and attempted murder and could face the death penalty. (AP)