Does the Jury Have the Right to Know About Mandatory Minimums?

Does the Jury Have the Right to Know About Mandatory Minimums?

Jarvis Taylor was on trial for committing an armed robbery with an air gun. Because his prior criminal history included theft by receiving stolen property, possession of a tool for the commission of a crime, and aggravated assault for his actions during a jail riot, a conviction for the armed robbery would have meant a mandatory sentence of life without the possibility of parole.