A second full day of deliberations ended without a verdict Friday in the trial of former bodega clerk Pedro Hernandez for allegedly kidnapping and killing 6-year-old Etan Patz, who vanished in Manhattan in 1979.
Notes from the jury indicated it is considering whether Hernandez's disputed 2012 confession was voluntary and reliable.
The jury asked a legal question about the NYPD's decision to not videotape the first several hours of Hernandez's interrogation.StoryNo verdict yet in Etan Patz murder trialMore storiesComplete coverage: Etan Patz case
Deliberations, which began late Wednesday, are scheduled to resume Monday. The trial lasted 10 weeks.
Hernandez, 54, is from Maple Shade, New Jersey.