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Maxwell Jury Ends Fourth Day of Deliberations Without Verdict

  • Judge says jurors will need to start staying later on Tuesday
  • Panel has deliberated about 20 hours since starting on Dec. 20
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Jurors in Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex-trafficking trial ended their fourth day of deliberations without reaching a verdict, prompting the judge to ask the panel to stay later starting on Tuesday.

Returning to court after the holiday weekend, jurors on Monday asked to review testimony of one of her accusers’ ex-boyfriends and one of Jeffrey Epstein’s former private pilots as deliberations continued for a second week. They also asked the judge for a definition of “enticement” and clarification of the elements of one of the counts.