No word from jurors in the trial of five men accused of plotting to attack soldiers on the Army's Fort Dix.
The eight women and four men have kept quiet during their third day of deliberations and are working through their lunch break.
The panel, which is being sequestered during deliberations, hasn't asked the judge any questions since Wednesday, when they asked for a transcript of some testimony.
The five foreign-born Muslims on trial face charges including conspiracy to kill military personnel and attempted murder.
Federal authorities portray the case as an example of efforts to stop terrorist attacks before they happen. But defense lawyers say the men, who lived for years in the Philadelphia suburb of Cherry Hill, were not planning anything.