In a opposition to a motion filing (PDF) released on Fri. Oct 4, 2013, Fox news TV reporter Jana Winter set out several arguments as to why James Holmes shouldn't be able to get the judge to take down Holmes' information from the “Cases of Interest” section on the court's website and suppress other documents.
Her first argument revolves around that she doesn't want to have to rely on news reports which she labeled as second hand to protect her rights. She wants direct access to the transcripts.
Her second argument claims removing the information from the “Cases of Interest” website is illogical because just by the court taking down the documents from their website doesn't mean that someone else can't scan and post it themselves. She also points out that it would cause a possible delay in her ability to respond to arguments about her involvement in the case. She cites the original motion (PDF) to take Holmes' information off the internet as an example because her lawyers found out about it by checking the “Cases of Interest” page. She points out that her lawyers check the “Cases of Interest” page at least daily and they would have expensive burden hiring a daily retrieval service which could have delayed getting her opposition to the motion filed in time. The deadline was Oct. 2 and by all accounts this filing was filed Oct 3, so the deadline was probably missed.
She finishes by pointing out that Holmes has already admitted to atrocious acts and the system of putting information on the “Cases of Interest” page was created to keep hordes of private individuals and news reporters from swarming the clerk's office at the end of each day.