JURORS today began a third day of deliberations on three Huddersfield men allegedly involved with the fatal shooting of a man outside a nightclub.
All have pleaded not guilty to the allegations at Leeds Crown Court.
Shane Thomas, 24, of Longroyd Bridge, is accused of murdering Michael Hanley outside Sheridan's bar in Ravensthorpe on December 27, 2005.
The 23-year-old victim from Harehills, east Leeds, died after being shot in the stomach following a brawl at the nightclub.
Thomas's half-brother Jamie Hislop, 22, from Sheepridge, and 21-year-old Berry Brow man Igor Simic are also accused of conspiring to pervert the course of justice.
Hislop was cleared of the killing last week, while 19-year-old Darren Foley of Dalton changed his murder plea to guilty earlier in the month-long trial.
Earlier Judge Peter Fox QC told the jury to take as much time as they needed to consider all the evidence from the past four weeks.
Yesterday the jury sat from 10.30am to 4.30pm but told the judge they needed more time.