TULSA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Closing arguments ended Friday in the civil rights trial of Elliott Williams.
- The jury entered deliberation shortly after 3 p.m.
- After a couple of hours, jurors requested to break for the weekend and reconvene Monday at 9 a.m.
- The 37-year-old died in a jail cell at the Tulsa County Jail
- Medical experts testified Williams fractured his neck while in custody on a misdemeanor
- Williams' family says he was having a nervous breakdown at the time of his arrest
- Video shows Williams in the floor of a cell for 51 hours before being found dead
- Attorney for the Tulsa Country Sheriff's Office said the jail isn't to blame, the medical providers are at fault
- Williams' family is seeking $51 million in this case, the largest civil rights lawsuit in Tulsa County history
FOX23 talked exclusively to Williams' family:
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