How has the jury been discharged due to the volume and complexity of the evidence?

Ontario, Canada

The following excerpt is from Kwok v Abecassis, 2017 ONSC 164 (CanLII):

The trial of this action took 20 days. On the 10th day the jury was dismissed due to the volume and complexity of the evidence: Kwok v. Abecassis, 2016 ONSC 7391.

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