SAN JOSE — From missing executives to sparse documents, Samsung’s case for why it should only pay $52 million for infringing five Apple patents was full of holes, jurors said. And the company’s lawyers at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan could only do so much to fill them.

“Lawyers … say what they want to say,” said the jury forewoman, Colleen Allen, a 36-year-old registered nurse who lives in Aromas, Calif. “That’s their job—to try and throw us off.”

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