Glover Trial Declared Mistrial
Updated: Friday, March 8 2013, 08:37 PM EST
The judge in the Misty Carter trial has declared a mistrial.
After a day and a half of deliberation, the jury in the Jermaine Glover trial hits an impasse.
Jermaine Glover is on trial for first degree murder in the death of Misty Carter in 2009.
During the trial, Glover took the witness stand in his own defense and denied he killed Misty Carter.
Prosecutors laid out a case against Glover based on matches found near Carter's burned body at a parkway overlook near the North Carolina Arboretum.
State investigators stated they found Misty Carter's blood on a couch in Glover's home.
The defense countered there were no signs a body had been dragged out of the home, that no murder weapon was found, and no information presented about where those matches found at the crime scene came from.
The defense also pointed out that Glover has no record of violent crime.
The jury began deliberations Wednesday around 3pm.
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