Spears Jury Deadlocked

Singer Britney Spears, right, drives from L.A. Superior court, Thursday, Oct. 11, 2007, in Los Angeles. Spears made a surprise appearance in court after a commissioner declined to rule on her emergency motion requesting monitored, overnight visits with her children.
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Jurors in Britney Spears' driving case say they can't reach a unanimous verdict. A judge has ordered the panel to resume deliberations.

The jury deliberated less than two hours Monday at a San Fernando Valley courthouse. They posed two questions, including one that sought to clarify what Spears was charged with.

Shortly after being read more instructions, jurors indicated they were deadlocked.

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The eight women and four men are sifting through roughly a day's worth of testimony and arguments in the case, which was filed last year after the pop star hit a parked car and left the scene.

Spears hasn't appeared in court and didn't testify during the trial.

The jury deliberated for a little more than two hours Friday.