The jury deliberating the fate of Atlanta attorney Claud “Tex” McIver in his ongoing murder case notified the judge Monday that they’re deadlocked on murder, aggravated assault and witness influencing charges.

“We don’t see a path to overcome our differences on the defendant’s intent on charges one, two, three and five,” according to a note Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Robert McBurney read in open court.

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