CHICAGO — Jurors have resumed deliberating on the fate of ousted Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich (bluh-GOY'-uh-vich).
Monday is the six day that jurors who sat through Blagojevich's corruption retrial have discussed the evidence.
They went home last Thursday after sending a note to the judge asking for help in how to assess ten wire fraud charges. Most of those counts relate to allegations the impeached governor sought to sell or trade President Barack Obama's vacated U.S. Senate seat.
The judge sent a note back to jurors telling them they should look at their jury instructions again and then send another note if they still need help.
That could mean jurors will send another note Monday.
Blagojevich took the stand during his trial and denied all 20 counts he faces.