Jury deliberations continue in the Jerry Sandusky trial child sex abuse trial.
There was a bit of action with an impromptu news conference by Sandusky's attorney - despite a gag order in the case. And jurors re-visited testimony from a key prosecution witness.
That news conference by defense attorney Joe Amendola got him a trip to the Judge's chambers.
Before that Amendola told reporters this is a daunting case and compared it to climbing Mt. Everest.
It was testimony by Mike McQueary, a former player and assistant coach that the jury wanted replayed again.
McQueary testified that he witnessed Jerry Sandusky raping a boy in the Penn State locker room in 2001.
Members of the jury also heard testimony from Dr. John Dranov, a family friend of McQueary, and a person McQueary talked to after seeing the alleged incident.
The jury is looking at 48 counts of child sex abuse against Sandusky.
Defense attorney Joe Amendola did get in a little trouble on the second day of deliberations while waiting in the courtroom.
Amendola told reporters inside the Centre county courtroom that an acquittal of his client on all 48 charges would be a "shock." He said, he would "die of a heart attack" if Sandusky was acquitted on all counts.
And for his candor, Amendola was summoned mid-news conference to Judge Cleland's chambers.
Joe Amendola says Jerry Sandusky has been spending time with his family until a verdict is reached.
Jurors has been sequestered since Thursday and they will be back here at the Centre County courthouse Saturday for a third day of deliberations.