At the trial today of Rabbi Osher Eisemann, founder of the School for Children with Hidden Intelligence (SCHI), Middlesex County Judge Benjamin Bucca has sent the jurors home.
The jurors have deliberated for over 9 and a half hours over the course of two days and will be back at the courthouse in East Brunswick, NJ, at 9 a.m. tomorrow to resume.
The jury is comprised of fourteen jurors, five men and nine women.
it is homed the the longer deliberations indicate a better chance of acquittal or a hung jury, but that is mere speculation at this point.
The trial followed an indictment on trumped-up charges, and Rabbi Eisemann is facing up to 10-20 in prison if convicted.
All are asked to daven for Osher ben Chana Frumet.