The jury could be close to reaching a verdict in the Naeem Williams death penalty case. It's the first in Hawaii's history.
Jurors sent a note Thursday afternoon asking the judge for clarification regarding mitigating factor No. 149, which relates to showing mercy to the defendant.
One of Williams' defense attorneys tells KITV it's possible a verdict could come Friday.
There are approximately 150 or so mitigating factors that were presented during the trial.
Williams was convicted earlier this year of beating and murdering his five-year-old daughter Talia.
He will serve life in prison if he is not given the death sentence.