Jurors will resume deliberations Tuesday morning in the federal corruption trial of former mayor Ray Nagin.
In order to convict, the jury must reach a unanimous decision on each of the 21 counts.
It takes only one juror to deadlock.
In closing arguments, federal prosecutors launched into an hour and a half delivery, refreshing the jury why they`ve brought Nagin to trial saying he abused power for personal gain.
Robert Jenkins tried to show the government’s hard evidence is weak and their witnesses in it for themselves.