Jurors did not reach a verdict at the end of the first day of deliberations, March 14, in the murder trial of Hemy Neuman.
According to ajc.com, jurors spent the day re-watching video interviews of Neuman shown during the month-long trial.
The jury heard closing arguments March 13. They will review the evidence and witness testimony from the trial as they try to reach a consensus on a verdict.
Neuman has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to the Nov. 18, 2010 slaying of Dunwoody businessman Rusty Sneiderman. The plea means Neuman admits to the murder but claims he did not have the mental capacity to tell the difference between right and wrong at the time.
The jury may find Neuman not guilty by reason of insanity, guilty but mentally ill, or guilty.
Deliberations will resume tomorrow morning, March 15. It is not known when the jury will reach a verdict. Check www.reporternewspapers.net for updates.