Jurors in Joseph Colone, jr.'s, capital murder trial went home Wednesday without reaching a verdict.
Deliberations will continue Thursday morning at 8 a.m. following about seven and a half hours of deliberation on Wednesday.
Several discussions in the courthouse were about how the jury was looking through evidence thoroughly.
Prosecutors argue Colone killed Mary Goodman and her 16-year-old daughter, Briana, seven years ago because she was a key witness in another case against him.
They also say Goodman's blood was found inside of Colone's getaway car.
The defense argues there are a lot of unanswered questions as well as holes in the investigation.
If convicted Colone could face the death penalty.