SAN FRANCISCO — District judges take note: Allowing additional closing arguments when a jury is deadlocked may be just fine so long as the court refrains from infringing upon jurors’ jobs as fact finders.

That was the message Monday from the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, which laid out additional guidance on when additional closings may be appropriate.

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