The Associated Press reports jurors in the Colorado theater shooting case will hear closing arguments and instructions from the judge this week. Then they'll retreat into an oversized jury room — the only one in the courthouse that can hold all the evidence — to decide what of all this matters as they determine whether James Holmes was legally insane when he killed 12 people at a crowded midnight movie premiere. Jurors have been deluged with information during nearly three months of testimony, and it's impossible to know how all of it will play into their deliberations. The only question they must answer is whether Holmes met Colorado's threshold for an insanity verdict, by suffering from mental illness so severe that it rendered him unable to tell right from wrong at the time of the shootings. Colorado law puts the burden of proof in these cases on the state: Prosecutors must show, beyond a reasonable doubt, that despite Holmes' mental disorder, he was capable of appreciating the wrongfulness of the shootings, which also wounded 58 people and left 12 others injured in the chaos that ensued.