After the first full day of deliberations the jury in the Denny Ross murder re-trial went home Tuesday afternoon without a verdict. Deliberations will resume Wednesday morning in Summit County Common Pleas Judge Judy Hunter's Court.
Ross is charged with the 1999 murder of then 18-year old Hannah Hill of Akron. Ross first trial ended in a mistrial.
During the first day of deliberations, jurors requested the phone records from Hannah Hill's home phone, and the transcript from Denny Ross' initial interview with Akron police.
The jury is considering six weeks of testimony from 70 witnesses, including DNA evidence that wasn't available in his first trial.
The prosecution claims Denny Ross killed Hannah Hill and then stuffed her body into the trunk of her car.
Ross is already serving a 25 year prison sentence on a conviction of raping another woman.