By Milton J. Valencia GLOBE STAFF APRIL 08, 2015
The jurors weighing the case against admitted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, 12 people now the focus of the most highly watched trial in the city’s history, met in secret for just over seven hours on Tuesday in their first day of deliberations and left without a verdict.
The jurors submitted two questions at the end of the day Tuesday, but US District Judge George A. O’Toole Jr. did not publicly disclose what they were. He plans to go over the questions Wednesday morning when the jury is slated to return and continue deliberating.
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