By Tony Hanson

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The jury in a federal mob trial reported to the judge today that it had reached a partial verdict after more than a week of deliberations.

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Without revealing their decisions so far, the jurors said they now agree on two of the five counts against alleged mob boss Joseph Ligambi and alleged co-conspirator George Borgesi.

But the judge told the jury to keep working, to try to reach verdicts on all the counts.

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After some additional deliberations by the jurors, the judge recessed the trial until Tuesday.   (The Martin Luter King holiday is Monday.)

This is a retrial for both defendants.  Both were previously acquitted of some charges, but the jury was hung on the main charge against them: racketeering conspiracy.

The defendants have pleaded not guilty, and the defense has maintained that prosecutors have not proven their “overhyped” case.

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