CENTENNIAL, Colo. – The suspect in the Aurora movie shootings showed no emotion in court Thursday as a lawyer discussed a charity’s efforts to distribute $4 million it raised for the victims.

James Holmes attended the brief procedural hearing in which the prosecution sought the judge’s permission to release contact information on the 12 people killed and 58 injured. The group Giving First raised the money, but another nonprofit would give it out. Most documents in the case have been sealed, so even that step required Judge William Sylvester’s approval.

“People have been incapacitated or lost family members and are in dire financial straits,” prosecutor Rich Orman said.

Holmes was wide-eyed but didn’t show any reaction. He mostly looked ahead, but glanced at Orman a few times.

Also during the hearing, the University of Colorado, where Holmes was a graduate student, turned in 100 pages of documents requested by the prosecution, but one of Holmes’ lawyers, Tamara Brady, objected to the judge reading them.

Prosecutors want access to the documents to help them make their case that a notebook Holmes sent to University of Colorado psychiatrist Lynne Fenton should be allowed into evidence. It reportedly contains descriptions of a violent attack.

Sylvester said he would take up the issue of whether he could view the documents on Aug. 23, pushing back scheduled arguments over whether prosecutors can have access to the notebook for yet another week.