Peterson jury asks for definition of 'unanimous'
JOLIET, Ill. — Jurors deliberating in the Drew Peterson murder trial have sent a note to the judge asking for a definition of the word unanimous.
The unusual request Thursday would seem to indicate some disagreement on a verdict after more than a day and a half of deliberations.
After a brief discussion with attorneys the judge said he would respond with a note saying it "indicates the agreement of all on the matter at hand."
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