LOS ANGELES (AP) - Deliberating jurors have sent a question to the judge in the trial of a lawsuit against the Los Angeles Dodgers and former owner Frank McCourt over the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan.
However, Superior Court Judge Victor Chavez has refused to make the question public and lawyers say he instructed them to not tell the news media the content of the question.
Attorneys spent about 10 minutes Tuesday in the judge's chambers and pored over case documents as they apparently sought to find an answer.
The judge also sealed the conference transcript.
The jury again went home without reaching a verdict.
The lawsuit seeks millions of dollars in damages for 45-year-old Bryan Stow, who was left brain-damaged in the 2011 attack by two Dodger fans in the Dodger Stadium parking lot.

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