Jury deliberations will resume Tuesday in a former Northern Arizona University student's trial in a fatal shooting near campus.
The jury in Steven Jones' Coconino County Superior Court trial began deliberating Tuesday before breaking on Friday for the weekend and having Monday off.
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Jones has claimed self-defense in the October 2015 incident that left one student dead and three others wounded following an argument and fight near an off-campus apartment complex in Flagstaff.
The 20-year-old Jones faces charges of first-degree murder and aggravated assault.
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Colin Brough (brew) was killed. Nicholas Piring, Nicholas Prato and Kyle Zeintek were wounded. None was armed.
Jurors Friday asked about a half-dozen questions, including whether Brough had a right to charge Jones and what is the law regarding pointing a gun at an unarmed person.
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