Transcript for Is jury in blockbuster trial of Harvey Weinstein deadlocked on some of the charges?
Whit, over to you. A new layer of suspense in the Harvey Weinstein trial. Jury deliberations are set to resume Monday after a juror sent the judge suggesting they might be deadlocked on the most serious charges the movie mogul is facing and Stephanie Ramos joins us with that. Stephanie, good morning. Reporter: Both sides on Friday, the defense and prosecution talked about their next move, now that the jury seems to be deadlocked on the most serious charges. Neither side appears to be willing to accept a partial verdict. The judge sending the jury back to deliberate. After four days of deliberation, jurors in the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial may be deadlocked. Asking the judge on Friday about a partial verdict. In their note they write, we the jury request to understand if we can be hung on counts 1 and/or 3 and unanimous on the other charges. The judge telling the jury if they cannot reach a unanimous decision, they must continue to deliberate. Weinstein seen walking out of court is charged with two counts of predatory sexual assault. Criminal sexual assault and two counts of rape. The jury of seven men and five women are currently at an impasse on the two more serious charges of predatory sexual assault. Each carries a maximum penalty of life in prison. This case has been really problematic from the start. I think the way in which the prosecution charged this case was quite confusing and you see that in the jury's notes. Reporter: Some 80 women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct but this criminal case centers on just two. Tried to get him off of me and kept asking him to stop but it was impossible. Reporter: Prosecutors boosting their case with the testimony of four more accusers including "Sopranos" actress Annabella sciorra who accuses Weinstein of raping her in the early '90s. Her case is too old to prosecute but her testimony is essential to the top two charges. The jury on Friday had much of her cross-examination testimony reread to them. To convict jurors have to believe one of Weinstein's two main accusers as well as sciorra's testimony. Regardless of what happens in this New York case, he still is facing criminal charges in L.A. And those charges stem from two completely different incidences, different victims, frankly, it's a stronger case. Reporter: The defense has relentlessly reminded jurors two main accusers maintained contact and even had sex with the movie mogul even after the alleged incidents. He pleaded not guilty and has maintained from the beginning that all sexual relations with any of his accusers was consensual. The jury is back to deliberate on Monday. So interesting to be reminded of the L.A. Case, so this is a long legal road no matter what happens. Absolutely. No matter what happens here he still faces charges in the case. That will still take place. Stephanie, thank you very much. Appreciate it.
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