The defense has argued for weeks that the recent mass shootings might make it more difficult for jurors to remain neutral in Nikolas Cruz's sentencing trial.
Jurors in Cruz's sentencing trial will be able to follow the path he took during his mass shooting of the Florida high school.
The jury will decide whether he will receive the death penalty or life in prison after pleading guilty to 17 counts of murder and 17 more of attempted murder.
The state, during a hearing Thursday, said Cruz claimed that his alternate personality "hatred" is the one that committed the 2018 massacre.
Because Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz's Instagram posts were public, a judge ruled the prosecution can use them in his February penalty trial.
A Florida jury will decide whether to give Nikolas Cruz life in prison or the death penalty in a trial now postponed to February 21.
The judge agreed with prosecutors that said statements will be written in advance and given to Nikolas Cruz's attorneys before parents read them to the jury.
"I'd like to be able to move on from ever thinking of him again," said Guttenberg, whose 14-year-old daughter died in the 2018 school shooting in Florida.
A month after Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty to 17 counts of murder, attorneys for the families of those killed announced a settlement has been reached.
Guttenberg has become deeply involved in activism since losing his 14-year-old daughter, Jaime Guttenberg, in the 2018 Parkland, Florida, shooting.
"It's absolutely ridiculous," said the father of one of the victims, Gina Montalto.
Judge Elizabeth Scherer told the 23-year-old at a plea hearing that the "best-case scenario" is that he will die in prison.
Fred Guttenberg criticized Nikolas Cruz's decision to not plead guilty sooner, saying it put his family and others "through hell" for years.
Nikolas Cruz pleads guilty to 17 counts of first-degree murder at the trial of the Parkland school shooting.
Annika Dworet, whose 17-year-old son was killed in the Parkland shooting, said she and her husband "would like to see" Nikolas Cruz "suffer."
Cruz is accused of killing 14 students and three faculty members at the Florida high school.
Nikolas Cruz confessed in August of 2018 to the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
Nikolas Cruz faces battery charges for allegedly attacking a jail guard nine months after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 2018.
"A trial is not the time for the attorneys to editorialize or give their opinions of a defendant," Circuit Judge Elizabeth Scherer said.
Josh Stambaugh has been told he will also receive back pay after an arbitrator ruled the sheriff missed the deadline for firing him by 13 days following his conduct during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre which left 17 dead.
Fleury used social media handles of Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz and serial killer Ted Bundy to deliver 301 messages over three weeks last December.
The Broward County Public Defender's Office filed a notice on Wednesday requesting it be pulled from the case on the grounds that suspect Nikolas Cruz, 20, will soon inherit enough money to pay for his own private attorney.
"The school's leadership has pulled the assignment, is instituting an approved review process of all such materials and regrets that this incident occurred. Broward County Public Schools is working with the publisher to make them aware of our concerns."
The mental health care provider that evaluated Parkland shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz will be partnering with Florida charter schools.
"I want to die," Cruz said. "At the end, you are nothing but worthless shit, dude."
Transcript of police interview that took place hours after school shooting is released by authorities.
"We always was watching him. He was one of those kids you always kept an eye on."