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Bill Cosby Trial: Long Deliberations Not Unusual in High-Profile Cases

The jury in the Bill Cosby case has been deliberating for more than 48 hours. Is that unusual?

The jury in Bill Cosby's sexual assault trial has deliberated for more than 48 hours without a verdict. Here's how long it took jurors in some other high-profile cases:

O.J. Simpson, acquitted of murder in 1995: 4 hours

R. Kelly, acquitted of child pornography in 2008: 7 hours

Mike Tyson: convicted of rape in 1992: 9 hours

Casey Anthony, acquitted of murder in 2011: 10 hours

Martha Stewart, convicted of obstructing justice in 2004: 12 hours

George Zimmerman, acquitted of murder in 2013: 16.5 hours

Jerry Sandusky, convicted of sexual abuse in 2012 : 21 hours

Phil Spector, convicted of murder in 2009: 30 hours

Michael Jackson, acquitted of child molestation in 2005: 32 hours

Robert Blake, acquitted of murder in 2005: 35 hours

Aaron Hernandez, convicted of murder in 2013: 36 hours

Aaron Hernandez, acquitted of murder in 2017: 36 hours

John Edwards, mistrial on campaign finance charges in 2012: 54 hours