Jurors in high-profile cases have spent from four hours to seven days deliberating, while the nation waited anxiously.

Here is a list of some of the cases considered:

OJ SIMPSON: After four hours of deliberation,  the jury returned with a verdict of not guilty Oct. 3, 1995 in California Superior Court.

CONRAD MURRAY: After nine hours of deliberation, the jury returned with a guilty verdict in Nov. 8, 2011 in Los Angeles Courthouse.

CASEY ANTHONY:  After ten hours of deliberation, the jury returned with a not guilty verdict, July 5, 2011 in Orlando courthouse.

DREW PETERSON: After 14 hours of deliberation, the jury returned with a guilty verdict, Sept. 7, 2012 in the Joliet courthouse.

JODI ARIAS:  After 15 hours of deliberation, an Arizona jury returned with a guilty verdict, May 9, 2013.

JERRY SANDUSKY:  After 20 hours  of deliberation, a jury returned with a guilty verdic, June 22, 2012 in Centre County Court, Pennsylvania.

PHIL SPECTOR: After 19 days of deliberation, a jury returned with a guilty verdict in the re-trial of the record producer. The case went to the jury on March 26, 2009, and nineteen days later on April 13 the jury returned a guilty verdict.

LYLE AND ERIK MENENDEZ BROTHERS: After four days of deliberation a jury returned with a guilty verdict in 1993. 

SCOTT PETERSON:  After seven days of deliberation a  jury returned with a guilty verdict in 2004.