CHICAGO (AP) -- Jurors in the corruption trial of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich have sent a note to the judge suggesting they may be deadlocked on some counts.
The note read in court on Wednesday says the jury is asking for guidance if they can't reach a unanimous decision on "any given count." They say they've made "a reasonable attempt" and did so without rancor.
Judge James B. Zagel says he'll send back a note asking the jury to clarify which counts they're undecided on.
Jurors are in their 11th day of trying to reach a verdict. Since they began deliberations, they've sent two previous notes to the judge.
Blagojevich, 53, has pleaded not guilty to 24 counts, including charges of trying to sell or trade an appointment to President Barack Obama's vacated Senate seat for a Cabinet post, private job or campaign cash. If convicted, he could face up to $6 million in fines and a sentence of 415 years in prison, though he is sure to get much less time under federal guidelines.