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After 14 hours of deliberation, still no verdict in Nestande trial
After deliberating for 14 hours, the jury still could not reach a unanimous decision Wednesday in the manslaughter trial of Gabrielle Nestande. Just before the 12 jurors hit the 10-hour mark, they sent a note to Judge Karen Sage that they were struggling to reach a decision on at least one of the three charges against Nestande. The judge issued a court order to keep deliberating to reach a unanimous verdict or the case will be declared a mistrial. Nestande, a 25-year-old California native and former legislative aide at the State Capitol, faces manslaughter charges in the hit-and-run death of Courtney Griffin in May 2011. The jury will resume deliberations at 9 a.m. Thursday.
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