GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — In motion hearings the prosecution and defense present arguments for why they think specific evidence should be allowed or thrown out in the upcoming case.

Yesterday, arguments revolved around electronic evidence obtained in the case. This is referring to evidence found on Cohee’s computer, and cell phone along with his google search and location history. The defense was claiming the warrant was too vague but the prosecution said there was no overreach.

Another point of discussion was Cohee’s mental health records and how GJPD obtained them.

However, it is important to note that no decision by the judge was made on if any of the evidence presented will be allowed. In the coming month, the judge will make his decisions until December 14th then he will make oral rulings in court.

Cohee’s defense team has entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. this means his team will have to prove mental disease or defect prevented Cohee from knowing right from wrong or that he was not capable of forming a mindset of culpability for the crime.