Joshua Komisarjevsky of Cheshire was found guilty of all 17 counts against him on Oct. 13 after jurors spent about eight hours deliberating over two days after the , which lasted about three weeks.
He faces the death penalty for the slayings in Cheshire of Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her two daughters, Michaela and Hayley in 2007.
His co-defendant in the case, Steven Hayes, received the death penalty last year for one of the country's worst home invasion crimes in history.
The penalty phase of the trial begins on Oct. 24.
Details of the 17 counts against Komisarjevsky can be seen in the attached pdf document.