They’ve now reached a consensus: Gosnell is guilty of first degree murder in three of four infant deaths.
Gosnell was also convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of a female patient who was given a lethal dose of sedatives and pain killers in 2009.
Gosnell, 72, could face the death penalty.
The verdict came hours after the jurors alerted the judge that they were deadlocked on two counts. The judge told the jurors to try again for a unanimous verdict. The decision came on the jury’s 10th day of deliberations.
It was not clear which of the more than 200 counts in the case, which include racketeering, had deadlocked the jury.
Gosnell was accused of performing late-term abortions on four babies who were born alive, but were then allegedly killed by Gosnell.
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