August 13, 2012 | 11:07 pm
Posted by Jonah Lowenfeld
In the civil case brought by a group of young Jewish members of a pro-Israel group against the Hotel Shangri-La in Santa Monica and its owner, before the trial even began, the court was the setting for a three-day process of selecting a jury that a member of the courtroom staff described as, “grueling.”
With the ten-day trial behind them, one can only wonder what the 12 jurors themselves are thinking and feeling. After three full days of deliberations, the jury still has not yet returned a verdict.
Whatever their feelings, the jurors are set to resume deliberations at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, August 14.
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