UPDATE Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky was found guilty today of nearly all of the allegations of child sex abuse leveled against him.
He will likely be sentenced to life in prison.
After 20 hours of sequestered deliberations, the jury of seven women and five men read dozens of "guilty" verdicts as Sandusky stood and looked at the jury with a hand in a pocket of his brown jacket.
Sandusky was found guilty on 45 of the 48 counts against him of sex abuse involving 10 boys he allegedly groomed through a charity he operated. He was led out of court by officers.
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania (CNN) -- A jury deliberated into the night Friday the fate of Jerry Sandusky, even as the former Penn State assistant football coach's lawyer said he might "die of a heart attack" in shock if his client is acquitted on all 48 counts related to child sexual abuse.
Joe Amendola made the comments while surrounded by a pack of reporters early Friday evening in the Centre County courtroom. One asked the lawyer -- who also talked about the "daunting" challenge of defending Sandusky -- if he would be "shocked" if his client was cleared on all charges.
"Shocked? I'll probably die of a heart attack," Amendola said.
The comments came as jurors weighed Sandusky's fate for a second straight day.
Sandusky, 68, is accused of sexually abusing 10 young male victims over a 15-year period.