The jury heard from a doctor who evaluated Jenner's mental state, Jenner's sister and Sherman Truax, and Truax's son. "He showed no mercy, and shows no remorse now," said Sherman Truax. "He had a plan for what he wanted to do."
"Clarence showed no remorse, said Nicholas Traux, reading from a written letter. "I feel no need to show him mercy, he doesn't deserve mercy.
The jury decided after deliberating only 10 minutes that Jenner should not be given mercy.
"It was longer today, than yesterday. I'm not surprised (referring to verdict regarding mercy) I may address all the verdict issues in post trial proceeding. Surprised not terribly so. They've heard all the evidence," said Harry Smith, Jenner's attorney.Jenner's sentencing is scheduled for June 30 at 2 p.m.