C. Neal Pope of Pope McGlamry (from left), Clayton County Judge Shalonda Jones-Parker, Robert Monyak of Peters & Monyak and R. Page Powell Jr.

According to sources at the Clayton County Courthouse, a jury has awarded more than $30 million in a medical malpractice case involving an 18-day-old infant who lost the tip of his penis during a botched circumcision in 2013.

There may be an apportionment wrangle in the offing, however, as one of three sets of co-defendants was cleared of causing the boy’s injuries but nonetheless assessed 10 percent of the apportioned verdict.

During closing arguments Thursday, lawyers for the child and his mother asked jurors to keep in mind that the child will suffer the effects of the incident for the rest of his life.

The Daily Report will update this story as it develops.