The jury returned Thursday at 8:30 a.m. to consider the fate of Hemy Neuman. Jurors were sent home Wednesday after a day of deliberations that including watching about two hours of interviews between Neuman and a forensic psychiatrist.
Neuman’s attorneys say he couldn’t tell the difference between right and wrong when he killed Russell Sneiderman on November 2010. Prosecutors contend jealousy drove Neuman to kill, not a “contrived” mental illness.
The 49-year-old could face life in prison if found guilty of murder. He would become a ward of the state if found not guilty by reason of insanity.