@BluesB: 40 each, I believe
@Marti: He's an instruction expert for the prosecution
Judge rejects proposed instruction, says he's read it and he believes that is sufficient
Nelson now having her chance to present her objections to the draft
Next one is about treating defendant as a "uniquely individual human being" and Nelson objects to the change made at the prosecution's request
Edwards explaining this idea came from past Colorado death penalty cases, and originated due to racial issues
Defense continues to object to telling the jurors that they must base their decision on evidence. Judge says the concept has to be explained, even if it is not in this language
"If jurors are allowed to come in here and without regards to what was presented in the trial make decisions independent of what happened in the courtroom, I don't understand why we took so long selecting a jury"
Everyone seems ok with rephrasing the explanation of the procedure for moving on to phase 3
Now debating "each" or "any" in an explanation of how many jurors must be convinced
Judge agrees to change word to "any"