The case of a Marshall woman accused in the death of her 13-year-old daughter`s baby ended in a hung jury Friday night. Jurors deliberated for five and a half hours and sent several notes to the judge saying that they were quote "hopelessly deadlocked". The teen-ager`s mother, Julie Smith, was accused of inducing labor and allowing the baby to die. Jurors also sent a note to the judge stating that they some of them felt Smith was guilty, but of a lesser charge. Smith was charged with first-degree murder. Smith took the stand in her own defense yesterday afternoon after prosecutors rested their case. She denied prosecutors` accusations. But, her daughter, 13-year-old Nakita Smith, tearfully told jurors a day earlier that her mother induced labor and let her infant son die.