Jurors in the bribery trial of Senator Bob Menendez fail to reach a verdict after spending another day in deliberations. On Tuesday, the judge told a panel of seven woman and five men to take as much time as they needed to make a decision. This comes one day after the jury said they were deadlocked on all 18 counts against the New Jersey Democrat and his friend Salomon Melgen.
Jurors failed to reach a highly anticipated verdict today in the bribery and corruption trail of Democratic Senator Bob Melendez rounding out three full days of deliberation. The lack of a verdict today sets the jury back in deliberations. Come Monday, the jury will have to begin deliberations from the beginning as an alternate juror takes the place of one who cannot continue due to scheduling.