CENTENNIAL, Colo. (CNN) -- All eyes are on Colorado once again today. Around 11 a.m. James Holmes was formally charged.
Holmes is formally charged with 24 counts of murder, 116 counts of attempt murder in connection to this month's deadly movie theater massacre.
He also faces 1 count of sentence enhancement criminal violence, 1 count of posession of an explosive device.
The 24-year-old is suspected of gunning down dozens of people inside a crowded movie theater killing 12 people and injuring dozens more. The case is already raising questions about doctor-patient confidentiality.
Holmes says the contents of a package he mailed to his psychiatrist prior to the attacks are privileged. Authorities seized that package as evidence. Psychologist Erik Fisher says, "There were laws passed in the '70s that states when a patient states a clear and present danger to a person we have the obligation to warn that person, warn family, people who might be related to them, and authorities."
As Holmes' public defender and the prosecution build their cases, families are still holding funeral and memorial services for the victims. One-by-one those who lost their lives are being remembered, honored, and mourned. Amanda Medek, whose sister was killed in the shooting, says, "Micayla filled our hearts with nothing but love and although we cannot see her, she resides within each of us. In our hearts and in our memories."
A first degree murder which carries the possibility of the death penalty in Colorado. No cameras will be allowed in the court.
As of Sunday, ten shooting remain in the hospital. Four of them are in critical condition.