Barry Bonds Trial: After Two Days Of Deliberation, Jury Still Hasn't Reached Verdict

In the Barry Bonds Trial, the closing arguments have been heard and the lawyer work is done. It’s all up to the jury now to deliberate and come to a verdict. For two days now, the jury has done plenty of deliberating. It’s the verdict part that’s been so tough for them.

After two full days of deliberations — more than 10 hours of debate — the jurors assigned to determine Barry Bonds’s fate came up empty again Monday and failed to render a verdict.

To help them possibly come to a decision, the panel of eight women and four men spent the morning hearing Kathy Hoskins’ testimony being read to them by a court reporter. Hoskins was the only person who said she saw Bonds being injected by Greg Anderson, his former trainer.

After the reading of the testimony, the jury went back to deliberate. And deliberate is exactly what they plan on doing until they return to court Tuesday morning.

Follow along in this StoryStream for updates, and also get more information from SB Nation Bay Area's Barry Bonds trial coverage, for which David Fucillo will be live-blogging - and live-tweeting - from the courtroom. You can follow on Twitter @SBNBayArea.

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