Jurors in the Robert Blake murder trial ended a week of deliberations on Friday without reaching a verdict.
The panel was ordered to resume deliberations Monday. Jurors have been discussing the case since March 4, when closing arguments concluded.
On Wednesday, jurors reviewed testimony by three people at the restaurant where the actor and his wife had dinner before she was shot and killed in May 2001.
Blake, 71, is accused of killing Bonny Lee Bakley, 44, who was shot in his car near the restaurant.
The star of TV’s “Baretta” and the movie “In Cold Blood” is charged with murder, two counts of solicitation of murder, and a special circumstance of lying in wait. If convicted, he could be sentenced to life in prison.