Convicted Serial Shooter Dale Hausner is back in court, this time to learn his punishment.< br />< br/>The same jurors that convicted him on six counts of first degree murder will now determine the punishment to fit the crime.
< br />The judge in the case read aloud strict guidelines that will help the jurors figure out if Hausner is eligible for for the death penalty or life in prison. < br />
Testimony on Monday focused on Dr. Philip Keen, Maricopa County's Medical Examiner and the doctor overseeing the bodies of two of Hausner's victims< br />
Keen described for the panel the pain associated with a bullet wound, and how long that pain lasted.< br />
Both of these guidelines are used to determine either a life sentence or death.< br />
Hausner is the main suspect in the Serial Shooter attacks. He was convicted of 80 of 86 charges.
Prosecutors say Hausner preyed on pedestrians, bicyclists, dogs and horses in attacks that ended in August 2006 with the arrests of Hausner and his roommate, Samuel Dieteman, at their Mesa apartment. Eight people in all were killed.
Copyright 2009 The E.W. Scripps Co. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.