One juror thinks man not guilty in dad's death
SAN ANTONIO, TX -- A South Texas jury has deadlocked in the murder trial of a San Antonio man accused in the 2011 fatal stabbing of his father during an argument.
Jurors on Tuesday night reported they were not able to agree on a verdict in the San Antonio trial of 30-year-old Kyle Miller. The San Antonio Express-News reports jurors deadlocked 11-1 in favor of a guilty verdict.
Attorneys for Miller have said the April 2011 stabbing of 53-year-old Francis Davis was self-defense as the men allegedly fought about money. Prosecutors say Miller, who was living with his father, went into the kitchen, grabbed a knife and attacked Davis.
Prosecutors did not immediately provide information on a possible retrial.
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