I'm not surprised either. This is a weighty decision. If my prior jury duty is any indication (although I was never on a DP case), I would guess that around 1/3 of the jurors in a first ballot indicated 'not sure' and just want to talk it through and be convinced by the others. In a case where there is so little hard evidence, I'm not surprised. Everyone's going to want to have their say, and that's 12 people. Assuming they went to lunch at noon, returned at 1:30 (the usual schedule in CA), they haven't even been deliberating for an hour yet. I do expect a DP verdict, just not very quickly. My guess is late this afternoon or the next court day (be it tomorrow or Monday) before noon of that day. Just MHO as they say.