DALLAS — The Latest on jury deliberations in the murder trial of a white ex-Texas police officer in the fatal shooting of a black teenager (all times local):

8:55 p.m.

A jury has concluded its first day of deliberations in the trial of a white former Texas police officer charged with fatally shooting a black teenager leaving a house party last year.

The Dallas County jury in the trial of former Balch Springs police officer Roy Oliver deliberated for eight hours Monday before quitting for the night. The jurors will resume deliberations Tuesday morning.

Oliver was fired from the Balch Springs Police Department days after he shot into a moving car filled with five black teens, killing 15-year-old Jordan Edwards. Oliver testified he thought his partner was in danger and said he decided to fire when he saw the car moving toward his partner. His partner, however, testified he didn't fear for his life and never felt the need to shoot.

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12:35 p.m.

Jury deliberations have begun in the trial of a white former Texas police officer charged with fatally shooting a black teenager leaving a house party last year.

Roy Oliver was fired from the Balch Springs Police Department days after he shot into a moving car filled with five black teenagers, killing 15-year-old Jordan Edwards. The deliberations started Monday after attorneys gave their closing arguments.

Oliver has testified he thought his partner was in danger and said he decided to fire when he saw the car moving toward his partner. His partner, however, testified he didn't fear for his life and never felt the need to shoot.

Defense attorneys told jurors they must consider the circumstances from Oliver's viewpoint. The prosecution argued Oliver was out of control and looking for a reason to kill.