Las Vegas jury continues to deliberate on other defendants.
The jury deliberated about three hours last week, and spent full days together Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Six defendants face 10 charges each, including threatening and assaulting a federal officer, extortion, obstruction, weapon violations and conspiracy.
Jurors spent a full day at work Monday before sending questions to the judge that appeared to suggest they may not reach a unanimous verdict for each defendant.
Six defendants face 10 counts each, including threatening and assault on a federal officer, obstruction, extortion, weapon violations and conspiracy.
Three defense attorneys told the jury Wednesday that their clients were exercising constitutional rights to protest and bear arms.
After two months of testimony, summaries from both sides come Wednesday.
The judge gave both sides until Tuesday to prepare for closing arguments Wednesday in the trial that opened Feb. 9.
Prosecutors and defense lawyers are preparing for closing arguments, possibly Tuesday, in the first of three planned trials.
Nevada's state forester has resigned less than two months after an independent review criticized the way the Nevada Division of Forestry responded to a prescribed burn that sparked an October wildfire, destroying 23 homes