A panel of five women and seven men received the case at 10:15 Thursday morning after receiving instructions from Floyd County Superior Court Judge Larry Salmon.
They deliberated for almost six hours, breaking only for lunch and to ask for an easel and marker.
At the end of the day, jurors brought a second request to Salmon: to relisten to a portion of the police recording of the shootout between Cadle and SWAT officers that prosecutors had played for them during trial.
In relation to the shootout, which allegedly began after Cadle barricaded himself into the bedroom of his Harold Drive mobile home, the defendant faces one count of aggravated battery and seven counts of aggravated assault.
He was convicted of those charges in November 2001, but the Georgia Court of Appeals reversed the convictions in February of this year based on a technicality in the way jurors were instructed during that first trial.