Jury deliberations continue for day 2 in Harvey Weinstein trial

Jurors adjourned Tuesday without a verdict but asked several questions of the judge, who slapped the disgraced movie mogul’s defense attorney with a gag order.
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Now the latest on the Harvey Weinstein trial. Jurors are back in court this morning for a second day of deliberations after ad jurneeing Tuesday without a verdict but asking several questions. Stephanie Ramos is at the white house here with more. Good morning, Stephanie. Reporter: Michael, good morning. Some 90 women have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault or harassment. Here in New York, Weinstein is charged with rape, predatory and criminal sexual assault. If convicted by that jury here, he could spend life in prison. This morning, Harvey Weinstein's fate is in the hands of the jury. During the trial, his defense team pointed to the fact his accusers continued to maintain contact with him after the alleged assault. Do you think that hurts their case? No. It shouldn't, it shouldn't. Because somebody gets tickets to a screening long after a sexual assault doesn't mean they weren't sexually assaulted. Reporter: Just hours into deliberation Tuesday, the jury sending two notes, first asking the judge for a legal definition of the charges and for clarification on how to navigate complicated charging instructions. And later requesting a blueprint of the movie producer's soho apartment. The location of one of his alleged assaults back in 2006. But the courtroom not without drama on its first day of deliberation. The judge excoriating one of Weinstein's attorneys after prosecutors claimed an often Ed penned by her was a bid to sway the jury. In the newsweek opponent he had she implored jurors to look past the headlines and to base their verdict solely on the facts, testimony and evidence presented to them in the courtroom. The judge telling Weinstein I would caution you about the tentacles of your public relations juggernaut. She has been a controversial figure at times during the trial not shying away from the media spotlight. You have to know when you make certain choices there is a risk when you make those choices. A lot of what you said is victim blaming. That's not true. If you don't want to be a victim don't go to the hotel. Rotunno has been criticized for those. Weinstein pleaded not guilty to all of the charges. This entire case hinges on the accounts of the two main accusers. If jurors don't believe them, Weinstein could be acquitted of all charges. Guys. We'll see what happens. All right, Stephanie, thank you.

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