UPDATE 11/1 4:49pm
We'll have to wait until at least Monday morning for a possible verdict in the Sean Taylor murder trial.
Jurors deliberated throughout much of the day Friday in the case against alleged shooter Eric Rivera, Jr.
He's accused of pulling the trigger during a botched robbery in 2007.
Earlier in the day, a law book was discovered in the jury room, but Rivera's lawyers are not asking for a mistrial.
Rivera is the first of five suspects to go on trial and could get life in prison if found guilty.
UPDATE 11/1 12Noon
MIAMI (AP) _ A South Florida jury has resumed deliberations in the trial of a man accused of fatally shooting Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor during an ill-fated 2007 burglary.
The 12-person panel returned Friday morning to debate the fate of 23-year-old Eric Rivera Jr., the third day of deliberations.
They were delayed because a Florida criminal law book was found Thursday in the jury room. Rivera decided not to ask for a mistrial for possible juror misconduct.
Rivera faces life in prison if convicted of murder and armed burglary. He confessed to police that he shot Taylor during the botched burglary. But Rivera testified in his own defense that the confession was improperly coerced.
Four other young men from the Fort Myers area were charged, and one has pleaded guilty.
UPDATE 11/1 4:00am
After two days of deliberations -- still no verdict in the Sean Taylor murder trial.
But a verdict could come today as jurors head into day three of deliberations.
They've spent most of their time reviewing the videotaped confession of alleged shooter Eric Rivera.
His defense team claims he was forced by police into giving that confession.
Jurors also asking the judge to define whether Rivera would be considered a principal in the overall crime -- which means he can be convicted whether it's decided whether he fired the fatal shot or not.
He faces life in prison if convicted.
UPDATE 10/31 4:15pm
Verdict watch in the Sean Taylor murder trial is getting pushed to Friday.
Jurors continued their second day of deliberations with no verdict, asking to be dismissed early so they could go trick-or-treating with their kids.
They spent much of the day reviewing the videotaped confession made by alleged shooter Eric Rivera, Jr.
He's facing 1st degree murder charges in the case and could face life in prison if convicted.
Six years after the death of former NFL star Sean Taylor, we could see a verdict in his murder case Thursday.
Deliberations beginning Wednesday afternoon as jurors will determine if alleged shooter Eric Rivera is guilty of 1st degree murder.
After an hour of deliberations, the jury asked for to resume Thursday morning.
Following more than a week of testimony, the defense rested its case Tuesday after alleged shooter Eric Rivera took the stand. Closing arguments wrapped up Wednesday.
Eric Rivera, Jr is the first of five defendants to go on trial for the 2007 robbery and murder inside Taylor's home.
Rivera testified that he doesn't know who hatched the plan to break into Taylor's house and said he stayed in the car while the robbery took place.
Rivera was 17-years-old at the time of the killing and faces a maximum sentence of life in prison.