He's facing a possible death sentence if convicted of a violent crime spree, and the murder of a convenience store clerk.
After about four-and-a-half hours of deliberations jurors called it a day, but it was a busy day.
After getting instructions Tuesday morning, jurors sent four notes to the judge asking for a number of things including a chance to review surveillance video and pictures from three Raleigh robberies in 2008.
Prosecutors claim the man in the pictures is Devega.
He's facing the death penalty for two murders -- one a young mother and convenience store clerk. He's also charged with an attempted murder, and eight armed robberies.
Jurors in the two-month long trial also requested an easel-sized note pad and markers.
Jurors will resume deliberations at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.