Reporting with Sarah Ostman and Dave McKinney
So it's wait until next week.
We've reported earlier this week -- but it's just been reiterated -- jurors in the Rod Blagojevich case have said they do not want to deliberate tomorrow.
And two attorneys in the case say they were just told this that the jury is gone for the day.
The news comes after jurors indicated today that they were at a stalemate on most of the 24 counts in the indictment. They had only come to a conclusion on two counts, they said.
It was a tense day, which Rod Blagojevich and his brother both spent inside the courthouse. Rod Blagojevich played a board game with some reporters and attorneys in the cafeteria, while waiting on an update from jurors that never came.
A note sent to the judge today said they hadn't even considered the wire fraud counts, which make up 11 of the 24 charges in the indictment.
"We've deliberated on all acts and counts with the exception of the wire fraud counts. We have reached unanimous agreement on two counts. We have been unable to agree on any of the remaining counts."