In the first version of this post I’d written that jurors had told the judge in the Blagojevich case that they were hopelessly deadlocked on all but two of the charges. But subsequent reports are not that clear cut. It seems rather that they’re saying they’ve only reached a decision on two of the counts. And the judge, as he did yesterday, may be telling them to go back and keep trying. We’re trying to get more clarity on just what happened and we’ll bring you more shortly.
(ed.note: This post has been revised from its original.)
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