The deliberations will continue into their fourth day Friday, with the jurors examining aggravating and mitigating factors [special verdict form, PDF], such as the defense's claim that Moussaoui is mentally ill, in determining whether he should be put to death. The jury determined that he was eligible for the death penalty [JURIST report] earlier this month. If the jury cannot reach a unanimous decision, Moussaoui will be sentenced to life in prison. USA Today has more.
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