This court sketch shows psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton (left) testifying about her contact with James Holmes (right).
DENVER (AP) -- Defense attorneys say the suspect in the Colorado movie theater shooting tried unsuccessfully to call a University of Colorado, Denver, psychiatrist nine minutes before the attack.
Defense attorney Tamara Brady said Thursday that James Holmes placed the call to an after-hours number.
Dr. Lynne Fenton testified Thursday that she last met with Holmes on June 11, more than a month before he mailed her a notebook prosecutors believe contains descriptions of a violent attack.
Fenton said she believed she had no relationship with James Homes on July 19, the day prosecutors say Holmes mailed the notebook.
Prosecutors asked the judge to let them review the notebook, while defense attorneys argued it's protected by doctor-patient privacy laws.
The judge ruled that an ongoing doctor-patient relationship did exist between Fenton and Holmes, but he scheduled a Sept. 20 to revisit whether prosecutors can use the notebook.
Holmes' mail ends up in Pennsylvania
Postal inspectors are trying to determine how Holme’s mail ended up in Pennsylvania.
Postal inspector Pamela Durkee tells KUSA-TV James Holmes' mail has been forwarded to a Pennsylvania man.
The station reports that Jonathan Riches of West Chester, Pa., posted a picture of a magazine originally sent to Holmes' address in Aurora.
The magazine is the August edition of "The Weekly Standard," featuring a story on the cover about the supreme leader of Iran, Ali Khamenei, titled "The Most Dangerous Man in the World."
Riches could not be located for comment on Friday.
Holmes is accused in the July 20 shooting that left 12 people dead and 58 wounded.