DEATH PENALTY PROCEEDINGS -
AGGRAVATING CIRCUMSTANCES REDUCED TO WRITING
If you unanimously find that one or more of the aggravating circumstances existed beyond a reasonable doubt, the law requires that you reduce such findings to writing by stating specifically what aggravating circumstance(s) existed, if any. This finding must be made a part of your verdict.
You must indicate this finding by checking the box next to such aggravating circumstance(s) on the appropriate verdict form furnished you, and such verdict form must be signed by your foreperson.
The law does not require you to reduce to writing the mitigating circumstance(s) you find, if any.