The mitigating circumstances that can apply in any given first degree murder case are those set forth in Florida Statute § 921.141(6):
1. § 921.141(6)(a): The defendant has no significant history of prior criminal history.
2. § 921.141(6)(b): The capital felony was committed while the defendant was under influence of extreme mental or emotional disturbance.
3. § 921.141(6)(c): The victim was a participant in the defendant’s conduct or consented to the act.
4. § 921.141(6)(d): The defendant was an accomplice in the capital felony committed by another person and his participation was relatively minor.
5. § 921.141(6)(e): The defendant acted under extreme duress or under- the substantial domination of another person.
6. § 921.141(6)(f): The capacity of the defendant to appreciate the criminality of his conduct or to conform his conduct to the requirements of law were substantially impaired.
7. § 921.141(6)(g): The age of the defendant at the time of the crime.
8. § 921.141(6)(h): The existence of any other factors in the defendant’s background that would mitigate against imposition of a death sentence.