Verdicts reached Tuesday in the embassy bombing case. Counts 5-8 were potential death penalty counts:

Counts 1-4 -- Conspiracy to kill Americans; to kill U.S. officers or employees; to use weapons of mass destruction against Americans and U.S. property; to damage or destroy U.S. property with explosives.

Wadih El Hage: Guilty on counts 1, 2 and 4. (Not charged in count 3).

Mohamed Sadeek Odeh: Guilty on all counts.

Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali: Guilty on all counts.

Khalfan Khamis Mohamed: Guilty on all counts.

Count 5 -- Bombing of U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya.

Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (aiding and abetting only): Guilty.

Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali: Guilty.

Did Al-'Owhali use an explosive himself, or did he aid others? Himself.

Did Al-'Owhali cause the death of at least one person? (If "yes," death penalty applies.) Yes.

Count 6 -- Bombing of U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Khalfan Khamis Mohamed: Guilty.

Did Mohamed use an explosive himself, or did he aid others? Aided.

Did Mohamed cause the death of at least one person? (If "yes," death penalty applies.) Yes.

Count 7 -- Use of a weapon of mass destruction against the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya.

Mohamed Sadeek Odeh (aiding and abetting only): Guilty.

Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-'Owhali: Guilty.

Did Al-'Owhali use a weapon of mass destruction himself, or did he aid others? Himself.

Did Al-'Owhali cause the death of at least one person? (If "yes," death penalty applies.) Yes.

Count 8 -- Use of a weapon of mass destruction against the U.S. Embassy in Dar el Salaam, Tanzania.

Khalfan Khamis Mohamed: Guilty.

Did Mohamed use a weapon of mass destruction himself, or did he aid others? Aided.

Did Mohamed cause the death of at least one person? (If "yes," death penalty applies.) Yes.

Counts 9 through 302 relate to murder charges stemming from the death of each individual in the embassy attacks and to perjury charges against El-Hage. Guilty on all counts. (Each defendant faced varying counts.)