Icji 1725 verdict form state of idaho




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ICJI 1725 VERDICT FORM

STATE OF IDAHO )

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vs. )


) Case No.___________________

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[ ] )



)

Defendant. )



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Part One:
We, the jury, render the following verdict regarding the alleged statutory aggravating circumstance[s]:
(a) Has the State proven beyond a reasonable doubt that [insert statutory aggravating circumstance]?

No _____


Yes _____

Unable to reach a unanimous decision _____


(b) Has the State proven beyond a reasonable doubt that [insert statutory aggravating circumstance]?

No _____


Yes _____

Unable to reach a unanimous decision _____


If you answered either “No” or “Unable to reach a unanimous decision” to [each of] the above question[s], you do not need to answer any other questions. Simply have the presiding juror sign this verdict form and notify the bailiff that you are done.
If you answered “Yes” to [any of] the above question[s], then please answer the question[s] in Part Two.
Part Two:
[Answer only the following questions that concern a statutory aggravating circumstance you have found to exist.]
We, the jury, render the following verdict regarding the weighing of all mitigating circumstances against the statutory aggravating circumstance[s]:
(a) With respect to the statutory aggravating circumstance that [insert circumstance], we find that:

_____ when weighed against this aggravating circumstance, all mitigating circumstances are sufficiently compelling that the death penalty would be unjust.

_____ when weighed against this aggravating circumstance, all mitigating circumstances are not sufficiently compelling to make imposition of the death penalty unjust.

_____ we are unable to unanimously decide whether or not all mitigating circumstances are sufficiently compelling that the death penalty would be unjust.


(b) With respect to the statutory aggravating circumstance that [insert circumstance], we find that:

_____ when weighed against this aggravating circumstance, all mitigating circumstances are sufficiently compelling that the death penalty would be unjust.

_____ when weighed against this aggravating circumstance, all mitigating circumstances are not sufficiently compelling to make imposition of the death penalty unjust.

_____ we are unable to unanimously decide whether or not all mitigating circumstances are sufficiently compelling that the death penalty would be unjust.


Once you have completed Part II, please have the presiding juror sign this verdict form and notify the bailiff that you are done.

______________________________



Presiding juror


Comment



See the aggravating circumstances instruction for a list of the aggravating circumstances. They may have to be modified to conform to the allegations.


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