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Live blog: Ray Tensing retrial

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Ray Tensing (Cincinnati Enquirer) Ray Tensing (Cincinnati Enquirer)
Sam DuBose (provided) Sam DuBose (provided)

Jurors have officially started deliberations in the retrial of former University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing. FOX19 NOW will bring you live coverage when the jurors return to chambers or whenever there is activity in the case.

Watch the trial LIVE here  NOTE: Live video will stream when court is in session for juror questions and whenever the judge allows. 

This live feed will also resume for our 3 p.m. Retrial Recap, 6 p.m. Tensing Special, 6:30 p.m. and 10 O'clock News.

FOX19 NOW reporters will keep you up to date with the latest news from the courtroom with live video and social media updates.??

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The first trial lasted two weeks before ending in a hung jury and mistrial in November.

Tensing is accused of fatally shooting and killing Sam DuBose, 43, during an Avondale traffic stop over an alleged missing license tag in July 2015.

Tensing said DuBose tried to pull away and was dragging him, so he shot him in the head.

Police body camera video footage shows Tensing shot DuBose in the head without provocation, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said in July 2015. 

Tensing, 27, faces 15 years to life in prison if he is convicted of the murder charge.

The lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter carries a maximum penalty of 11 years.

FULL COVERAGE: The trial of Ray Tensing

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