a. Upon Acquittal. When a defendant is acquitted of any charge, or of any count of any charge, judgment pertaining to that count or to that charge shall be pronounced and entered immediately.
b. Upon Conviction. Upon a determination of guilt on any charge, or on any count of any charge, judgment pertaining to that count or to that charge shall be pronounced and entered together with the sentence.
c. Upon a verdict of death. Upon a verdict of death, the court shall immediately enter the judgment and sentence. The court shall direct the Clerk of Court to send to the Department of Corrections, along with the sentencing order, copies of all medical and mental health reports prepared as to or relating to the defendant sentenced to death.
d. Factual Determination. In the event the trial court did not make an affirmative finding of a factual basis for the plea pursuant to Rule 17.3, before the entry of the judgment of guilt the trial court shall make such determination. One or more of the following sources may be considered: statements made by the defendant; police reports; certified transcripts of the proceedings before the grand jury; and other satisfactory information.