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On the sixth day of their deliberations, jurors still had not reached a verdict Thursday in Bryan Stow’s civil lawsuit against the Los Angeles Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt.
They were slated to take the three-day weekend off for the Fourth of July and then return to deliberations on Monday.
Jurors had announced they were deadlocked on Wednesday but were sent back into deliberations by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge.
Among other questions, they are being asked to determine if the Dodgers and former owner McCourt were negligent and whether that negligence was a factor in the harm that came to Stow when he was severely beaten in the Dodger Stadium parking lot on opening day in 2011.
A Giants fan and paramedic from Santa Cruz, Stow and his family have accused the Dodgers and McCourt of failing to provide proper security and lighting.
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