Jury deliberation continues for the fourth day in the Kim Potter trial. Former U-S attorney for Minnesota Tom Heffelfinger says it’s likely that after deliberating for around 24 hours…

“What the jury’s left with is not a situation where there’s going to be disagreement about the facts, but interpretation and that’s really where I believe there is an increased possibility for a hung jury in this matter.”

The last time the jury was heard from was Tuesday afternoon when they asked the judge what happens if they’re unable to reach a consensus.