The jury continues to deliberate in the Norman Seabrook corruption trial, following two weeks of testimony.
The former long time head of the city's correction officers union is accused of taking a $60,000 kickback in exchange for steering $2 million of union money into a hedge fund.
The jury deliberated for four hours Wednesday before calling it a night without reaching a verdict.
At the end of the day, they asked to review evidence including emails, wire-tapped phone calls, and photos.
A top donor to Mayor de Blasio, Jona Rechnitz, was the key prosecution witness.
He testified against Seabrook and also said he received access and favors from the mayor and top police officials.
The mayor has denied that he was in regular contact with Rechnitz.