The man convicted in the Craigslist killings is expected to officially hear his sentence today.
Formal sentencing of Richard Beasley, 53, was set to happen last week in the courtroom of Judge Lynne Callahan, but it was postponed because of an attorney's illness.
A jury already recommended the death penalty for Richard Beasley for the aggravated murder of three men, Ralph Geiger, Timothy Kern and David Pauley.
Callahan could reduce Beasley's sentence to life in prison.
Teenage co-defendant Brogan Rafferty of Stow was sentenced to life without parole in November of last year. Due to his age, he wasn't eligible for the death penalty.
The life or death decision by Judge Callahan will be preceded by victim impact statements.