Dylann Roof, 21, has been charged with nine counts of murder, three counts of attempted murder and the use of a firearm during a violent felony.
The court filings state that prosecutors will present evidence showing motive for the crimes, planning and premeditation and an "utter disregard and lack of remorse for the nine people he murdered."
That evidence against Roof will include "photographs, video tapes, diagrams of the scene and victims, expert testimony, and statements by the Defendant, internet postings by the Defendant and other testimony related thereto," according to the filings.
Roof also faces 33 federal hate crime counts, to which he has pleaded not guilty.
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