After three days of deliberations, the jury still had not reached a verdict on Monday evening, marking day 15 of the tax evasion and bank fraud case against Paul Manafort.
The jury reconvened Tuesday morning at 9:30 ET marking day 16 of the trial.
At around 11:30 ET, the jury handed the court a note stating they were struggling to come to a unanimous decision on at least one or more counts.
Via Courthouse News reporter Brandi Buchman:
“Jury has submitted a note, asking “what if we can’t come to consensus on a single count?” They have also asked for a new verdict form. We’re now on a brief recess as attys review the instructions offered by Ellis.”
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