A jury has suggested that the gunman who killed 17 people in Parkland.

Fla. at Marjory Stoneman Douglas Secondary School, he will be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Nikolas Cruz, 24, pleaded guilty last year to 17 counts of premeditated murder and 17 counts of attempted murder.

The inquiry now facing the legal audience was whether Cruz would spend the rest of his life in prison or face the death penalty.

Consensus among the 12 attendants is expected to carry out the execution.

The jury consistently found that there were elements of aggravation in the murders Cruz committed.

Nevertheless, something like a member of the jury assumes that for each murder, the aggravating factors do not offset the moderate conditions for his circumstances.

And the death penalty is not justified in this manner - which brings with it the proposition of life imprisonment.

While observing the decision sheets for 17 massacres which stretched for about 60 minutes.

It can be very difficult for viewers to quickly observe what the jury chose.