SANFORD, Fla. - Jurors in George Zimmerman's murder trial have asked the judge a question late in their second day of deliberations.
Shortly before 6 P.M. Florida time, jurors asked "May we please have clarification on the instructions regarding manslaughter?"
The judge called for a 30 minute recess for attorneys to discuss how to answer.
Attorneys for the prosecution and the defense asked the judge to respond to the jury's question with a request for further clarification on the jury's question.
A group of six women, so far, has spent more than 13 hours weighing whether the neighborhood watch volunteer committed a crime almost a year and a half ago when he fatally shot Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder, but the jury also is allowed to consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. Zimmerman claims he shot Martin in self-defense last year.
Jurors began deliberations Friday afternoon and deliberated for three and a half hours Friday.
They decided to stop just before 6 P.M. Florida time. They resumed at 9 A.M. Saturday.
About two hours into their discussions Friday, they asked for a list of the evidence.
Zimmerman faces a maximum prison sentence of life for second-degree murder and 30 years if convicted of manslaughter, due to extra sentencing guidelines for committing a crime with a gun.