The jury ended its second day of deliberations with no verdict in the Bill Cosby case.
The panel called it quits last night at around 9:30pm. Judge Steven O’Neill told the jurors, “I hold your interests in the highest regard, and you communicated you were done for the day. This shows this court you are conscientiously deliberating in the process.”
Jurors asked for a read back of Cosby's 2005 deposition for a lawsuit brought by Andrea Constand and also wanted to specifically look at a section in which Cosby talked about pills he gave Constand. They also asked the judge for a definition of the phrase "without her knowledge."
Deliberations resume today. Cosby is facing up to 30 years in prison if convicted