A court spokesman says jurors have a verdict in the criminal trial over the handling of New York philanthropist Brooke Astor's fortune.
Courts spokesman David Bookstaver says the jury notified a judge Thursday that it had reached a decision in its 11th day of deliberating on the criminal charges against Astor's son and an estate lawyer.
The verdict is expected to be announced at 2:15 p.m.
The jury's notice came as the judge was preparing to ask them whether they had a verdict on any charge in the 18-count indictment. He didn't get the chance.
The late socialite's son, Anthony Marshall, and lawyer Francis Morrissey deny looting her nearly $200 million estate.