TRENTON - (AP) -- Closing arguments have been rescheduled in the federal corruption trial of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack and his brother, who are accused of taking bribes to help a developer.
The summations were planned for Monday but have been shifted to Tuesday because of snow.
The trial included 13 days of testimony by prosecution witnesses and a single defense witness. After the lawyers' final arguments, jurors can begin deliberating.
The mayor's lawyer did not present any witnesses.
The lawyer for his brother Ralphiel Mack called only one of his client's friends.
Tony Mack has continued to serve as mayor of New Jersey's capital city since he was arrested in September 2012.