Jose Sucuzhanay, an Ecuadorean immigrant, died after he was attacked while walking with his brother in Brooklyn.
A New York City jury has resumed deliberations in the trial of a second man charged with murder and assault as a hate crime in the death of an Ecuadorean immigrant.
The jury got the case late Thursday and resumed deliberating Monday in state Supreme Court.
Phoenix's co-defendant, Hakim Scott, was convicted of manslaughter last week but acquitted of the more serious hate crime charge.
Prosecutors say the defendants thought the brothers were gay, and yelled anti-Hispanic and anti-gay slurs at them.
Two juries were hearing the case because the defendants had implicated each other.