Duncan wasn't all that convincing at the end of the day.
If Harmon says they don't have to agree then it is likely a conviction for Andersen.
This trial schedule is a tacit acknowledgement that the case was far too complex for the jury to understand what was going on.
The Government's only shot at convictions is to simplify this case.
It appears that that's the jury has found one corrupt persuader but was unable to agree on which one.
This is the turning point and will determine the outcome of this case.
The jurors can determine that this is a 43-year-old man with three young daughters looking at a very long stretch in jail.
I said, 'Really? That was my unit. And I don't remember seeing you there,' ... So I called my friends and said, 'Did you know that George Bush served in our unit?' And everyone said, 'No, I never saw him there.' It would be impossible to be unseen in a unit of that size.
Harmon will probably say that they don't have to be unanimous as to who was the corrupt persuader.