They said there was a "poisonous" atmosphere in the jury room last week, but jurors in the Tyco trial say, "much water has passed under the bridge" since then.
The jury is back at work asking for another look at some evidence against the two Tyco executives accused of looting the company.
Their request came after the judge in New York refused another defense motion for a mistrial, saying it was inappropriate to end the trial with all jurors prepared to continue.
The judge met privately with the juror who has set off a media frenzy. She's a 79-year-old woman who is apparently the only holdout against convicting the two executives.
The judge says the woman told him nothing has happened that will keep her from deliberating in "good conscience."
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