Dimora Jury Asks Question, Continues Deliberations

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Jurors in the federal corruption trial of Jimmy Dimora asked a question of the court on Thursday related to a count of filing a false tax return that the former commissioner is facing.

Fox 8 News’ Dave Nethers reports that Dimora was in court to hear the question which related to Count 34, filing a false tax return.

Dimora’s appearance in court was the first time Dimora has been in court since last week.

The question asked by jurors, according to Nethers, was the first question from the jury in the past four days of deliberations.

The jury began deliberations late last Thursday, and have quietly worked behind closed doors as they comb through the more than 30 charges against Dimora and his co-defendant Michael Gabor.

The jury, consisting of seven-men and five-women.