LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Jurors in the Bryan Stow civil trial continued deliberations Thursday, despite telling the judge the day before that they were deadlocked.
The jury came back to try again and were aided by clarifications.
Attorneys huddled through most of the morning to carefully script a response to the panel's latest question.
The court would not disclose to the public what it was, however, the judge referenced an instruction, which says that they should decide the case against each defendant - the Dodgers and Frank McCourt - separately as if it were a separate lawsuit.
That could indicate the jury is divided on liability according to Brian Panish, a veteran personal injury lawyer familiar with the Stow case.
Judge Chavez cautioned the jury on Wednesday that while they could discuss any of the nine questions on the verdict form, they had to answer the questions in order.
The jury was stuck on the first one: Were either the Dodgers or Frank McCourt negligent?
In a court record obtained by Eyewitness News, the Dodger defense objected allowing the jury to discuss damages before agreeing on negligence.
In this civil case alleging there was inadequate security at Dodger stadium, nine out of twelve jurors must agree on each question and that first question is a major hurdle.
The jury will be back in court on Monday.