From the start of deliberations, the jury in a high-profile talcum powder trial against Johnson & Johnson last week was deadlocked.

On the fourth day, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Margaret Oldendorf brought each juror into the courtroom, one at a time. She asked if everyone was participating in the deliberations. Some said they were. Others said there was one juror who was not.

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