King wrote, "As the jury found, Mr. Aguilera-Mederos knowingly made multiple active choices that resulted in the death of four people, serious injuries to others, and mass destruction. This sentencing range reflects an appropriate outcome for that conduct, which was not an accident."
She said she believed a new hearing would be the "best path to securing justice for everyone involved."
King said her team is working alongside the governor’s office "to ensure that the victims and their loved ones are heard both in this process and the pending clemency application with the Governor."
According to KDVR-TV, a virtual hearing for the case occurred Monday and District Court Judge Bruce Jones scheduled another hearing for Jan. 13.