Transcript for Weinstein jurors ask judge if they can issue partial verdict
Good evening, and it's great to have you with us here on a very busy Friday night. Several developing headlines os he come on. We begin with the note from the jury in the Harvey Weinstein trial. The note suggesting they might be deadlocked in the two most serious charges. And have they agreed on the other tree? The note sent to the judge, and what the judge said in response. Erielle reshef and our Dan Abrams and what this could mean. Reporter: Tonight with Harvey Weinstein shuffling out of the courthouse, his fate in the hands of the jury. Late today, in a stunning turn, jurors asking the judge if they can be deadlocked on the two most serious charges. Writing in a note, we the jury request to understand if we can be hung in one and or three and unanimous on other charges. Weinstein is facing five felony counts including rape and sexual assault for alleged attacks on women. But the jury appearing an impasse on counts 1 and 3, predatory sexual assault, which also rely on the testimony of "Sopranos" actress Annabella sciorra. To convict on those counts, all 12 jurors need to believe one of Weinstein's two accusers and sciorra, who described in graphic detail how Weinstein barged into her apartment and violently raped her three decades ago while she fought back, punching him, kicking him. Most believe she was the most persuasive witness called by prosecutors. But these jurors aren't supposed to convict just based on here account. I think those who presume that Weinstein's been convicted on the three lesser charges and jury is just hung on the most serious charges are vastly overstating where we are today. Let's get to erielle reshef. She's live outside the courthouse. The judge ordering those jurors to continue deliberations? Reporter: Yeah, David, the jurors will pick up deliberations Monday. The two most serious charges could put Weinstein behind barer if life. He has pleaded not guilty. That's a lot of speculation. Thank you. The other breaking headline tonight, the reversal from Mike
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