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Live coverage: Steven Powell trial in Tacoma

Related: Jurors will return Wednesday to deliberate fate of Steven Powell

TACOMA, Wash. — After deliberating for 4 hours Tuesday, the 12-member jury in the Steven Powell case went home for the evening without reaching a verdict.

The jurors will return to the Pierce County courtroom on Wednesday to continue deliberations.

For the prosecution, that means finding Powell guilty of 14 counts of voyeurism. For the defense, it means acquitting Powell because the state failed to prove its case beyond a reasonable doubt.

In convicted, Powell faces up to five years in prison for each of the 14 counts.

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Following are links of recent coverage and other relevant sources.

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May 8, 2012: Judge: Jurors won't hear 'disturbing' descriptions of Steven Powell's obsession with Susan

May 7, 2012: Will Steven Powell diaries obsessing over Susan be admitted in trial?

May 5, 2012: Sins of the father: Steven Powell's behavior leaves a legacy of harm

April 6, 2012: Did Steven Powell help plot Susan's disappearance?

April 4, 2012: Steven Powell called in sick the day after his daughter-in-law was reported missing

Feb. 10, 2012: Focus returns to Powell children today

Sept. 22, 2011: Father-in-law of Susan Cox Powell arrested on charges of voyeurism, possession of nude photos of minors in Washington

Court documents

Steven Powell warrants

KSL coverage

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Judge throws out journal entries in Steven Powell voyeurism case