Three is the number of days the jury has deliberated in the Manafort case.
Eighteen is the number of criminal charges against Manafort that the jury is considering.
10 is the number of days that it took the prosecution to put on their many witnesses and documents.
ZERO is the number of witnesses called by the Defense.
Twenty seven is the number of witnesses who testified against Manafort.
Three is the number of days the jury has deliberated so far.
Three Hundred and five is the number of years Manafort might have to serve if convicted of each of the crimes charged.
Two is the number of trials Manafort will face based on current charges.
1.9 Million is the amount of dollars paid in CASH by Manafort for a home for his daughter.
Given the number of charges against Manafort, it seems logical that if the jury is carefully considering each charge that it would take several days of deliberations to reach a verdict.