Jurors asked for testimony about a detective's interview with Cosby in early 2005.
Cosby maintained that Constand was a willing sexual partner and she hid the fact that the two had a romantic relationship.
Judge Stephen O'Neill says a court reporter is racing to transcribe that portion of last week's testimony.
Constand testified that she was mistaken and prosecutors called a psychologist who told jurors that victims of sexual violence sometimes have trouble remembering details and engage in seemingly irrational behavior in response to the trauma. He says their encounter was consensual.
The verdict was to be called on Tuesday, but the fate of famed USA comedian, Bill Cosby, will have to wait till at least Wednesday, June 14, in the criminal case against him involving alleged sexual assault of a woman in 2004.
Since starting deliberations, the jurors have re-examined both Cosby's and Constand's versions of the encounter, with particular focus on the pills he gave her beforehand. Mr. Cosby refused to take the stand, leaving the case to his lawyer Brian McMonagle who said that, at the time, Bill Cosby was unfaithful to his wife but he had not in any way committed a crime because the #Sexual Activities between his client and #Andrea Constand were consensual.
Jurors appeared exhausted and spent when they made a decision to call it quits late Tuesday after about 16 hours of deliberations.
Last week, Pulliam accompanied Cosby on the first day of his sexual assault trial in Pennsylvania.
Jurors went straight to the deliberation room Wednesday and remained there, with wraps and hoagies arriving for lunch.
Besides Constand, the fourth day of the trial on Friday, June 9, was attended by two other Cosby accusers, Victoria Valantino and Linda Kirkpatrick.
Cosby jury hunkers down for 3rd day in sex assault case
In one of the biggest USA celebrity trials in years, a guilty verdict could see the judge sentence Cosby up to 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine on each count.
Pulliam's hail mary argument in Cosby's defense - "he's still a person" - is literally the very least someone could ever say in defense of anyone.
This afternoon, the jury wanted to hear Constand's testimony about the night of the incident.
Bill Cosby leaves the Montgomery County Courthouse during his sexual assault trial, Tuesday, June 13, 2017, in Norristown, Pa.
The three charges accuse Cosby of assaulting Constand without her consent, assaulting her when she was unconscious and assaulting her using drugs to substantially impair her ability to consent.
The jury resumed deliberating Wednesday morning with Cosby in the courthouse.
The jury in the Bill Cosby trial is putting in a long day's work as it considers sexual assault charges against the comedian. Constand has alleged that Cosby sexually assaulted her at his Philadelphia-area home in 2004. They have now deliberated for a total of almost 24 hours.
After the jury adjourned late Tuesday, Cosby shouted the "Fat Albert" catchphrase, "Hey, hey, hey" and gave a thumbs-up as he walked down the courthouse ramp and got in his SUV.
The frenzy outside the courthouse is growing larger and wilder with each day of jury deliberations in Bill Cosby's sexual assault case.