Jury deliberation continues for the third day in the Kim Potter trial. Former U-S attorney for Minnesota Tom Heffelfinger says every minute that goes by without a consensus…

“Their positions will solidify and that’s how you get a hung jury.”

The jury asked the judge late Tuesday what happens if they’re unable to reach a consensus. Heffelfinger says the fact that former officer Potter shot and killed Daunte Wright is not in dispute, but interpretations of the facts may differ significantly among jurors.