Reporting with Sarah Ostman
The clerk of court has sent out a note saying that lawyers in Rod Blagojevich's case are to meet at 10:30 a.m. before U.S. District Judge James Zagel.
One lawyer in the case said attorneys will discuss jury instructions on forfeiture and the official court docket also reflects that.
If Rod Blagojevich is found guilty, the government wants to seize his home and the couple's condo in Washington D.C.
They work to do that in a separate proceeding called forfeiture -- or what a defendant should have to financially hand over to the government because of his alleged crimes.
It is a matter that jurors would be asked to discuss after they deliver a verdict -- should they reach one.
Jurors, meanwhile, appear to be headed to their sixth day of deliberation on Wednesday after not making a peep today.