By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The federal jury hearing testimony in the bribery and corruption trial of Philadelphia labor leader John Dougherty and Councilmember Bobby Henon has been sent home after a judge to the jury attorneys on the case “hit a snag” Wednesday. Testimony in the case has concluded for the day.

The judge says attorneys are working out if the government will rest its case on Thursday.

Prosecutors claim Dougherty continued to pay Henon for a Local 98 job after his election, and in exchange, Henon allowed Dougherty to control his vote.

Both men deny the charges against them.