At that time, Smart expressed hesitation about testifying against the pair.
"I don't think I really want to, but I don't want them getting back out," she said. "I don't want them ever out because I really, really believe that they wouldn't stop."
After her difficult day in court, Elizabeth Smart is moving on. She will leave for an overseas church mission trip while the judge decides whether her accused captor is mentally fit to stand trial.
Elizabeth Smart "has been completely amazing," her father said today. "Life is moving forward, she is truly not going to allow him to affect her life."
ABC NEWS' Lee Ferran and Katie Escherich contributed to this report.