The 21-year-old man accused of killing seven and wounding dozens extra at an Independence Day parade in Highland Park has pleaded not responsible to all 117 costs.
Robert E Crimo III appeared in Lake County circuit courtroom in Illinois on Wednesday for arraignment the place he entered the formal pleas.
In late July, Lake Country prosecutors charged Crimo with 21 counts of homicide, 48 counts of tried homicide and 48 counts of aggravated battery, representing the seven individuals killed and dozens wounded within the assault.
The 21-year-old was already dealing with life in jail with out the potential of parole after he was charged with seven counts of first-degree homicide someday after the Independence Day mass capturing.
Mr Crimo allegedly confessed to finishing up the assault when he was arrested and admitted that he had thought of staging a second mass capturing in one other state.
During a seven minute look, Judge Victoria Rossetti requested whether or not Mr Crimo understood the fees in opposition to him.
Police blocked off roads exterior the Lake County Courthouse, which is located about 16 miles north of the place prosecutors say Mr Crimo carried out the mass capturing on the parade in downtown Highland Park.
His subsequent courtroom date is scheduled for 1 November.
This week, 8-year-old Cooper Roberts, whose backbone was severed within the capturing, moved to a rehabilitation-focused hospital after spending practically a month in a Chicago paediatric intensive care unit, his dad and mom stated in an announcement to the Associated Press.
Cooper has undergone at the very least seven surgical procedures and is paralysed from the waist down.
The seven victims within the lethal assault have been Katherine Goldstein, 64; Irina McCarthy, 35; Kevin McCarthy, 37; Jacquelyn Sundheim, 63; Stephen Straus, 88; Nicolas Toledo-Zaragoza, 78, and Eduardo Uvaldo, 69.