During the trial, Jury suggests life in prison for Parkland shooter Nikolas Cruz without the possibility of parole.

Nikolas Cruz is the shooter who killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.

Nikolas Cruz, 24, conceded last year to 17 charges of planned murder and 17 counts of endeavored murder.

The question faced by members of the jury presently was whether Cruz spend whatever remains of his life in prison or be sentenced to death.

The jury consistently found that there had been disturbing elements in the homicides Nikolas Cruz committed.

the aggravating factors didn't outweigh the mitigating circumstances in Cruz's case, and subsequently, the death penalty is not merited.

To read the verdict sheets of 17 counts of murder took about an hour, and it may be hard for onlookers to observe quickly what the jury had chosen.

Several people in the court including families of the victims were highly disappointed by the decision of the jurors.

Families of the victims had tears in their eyes, Seeing them, it seemed that they had lost their trust in the court.

Prosecutors mentioned that the people who were victims of Cruz be permitted to introduce testimony about the crime.

Nikolas Cruz had hunted his victims during his attack on the school, getting back to some of those he'd injured to shoot them again and kill them.