“What is the legal effect of this verdict?” asked San Francisco Superior Court Judge Wallace Douglass on Wednesday. “It is not crystal clear.”

A jury of seven women and five men returned a verdict after an hour of deliberation following a two-day trial that seemed to border on legal abstraction. It was, in essence, a trial about what happened at another trial, and the jury’s decision could mean yet another trial.

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