Jury Deliberations Resume in Ligambi Trial

Uncle Joe is waiting for the not
guilty verdict...
The third time's the charm -- hopefully, if the trial of alleged mob boss Joseph "Uncle Joe" Ligambi and six other alleged mobsters and associates is ever to reach its end.

After two misfires, a federal jury is once again moving forward with its deliberations.

In the two weeks since deliberations began, it has been rough sailing, with the removal of two jurors, one for being ill, the other for being acquainted with a witness in the trial.

The defendants have pleaded not guilty to charges they took part in illegal gambling and loan sharking and other offenses.


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