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CNN said:"NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - The six-month long corporate corruption trial involving former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski ended in a mistrial Friday after 12 days of closely watched but ultimately fruitless deliberations.
New York State Supreme Court Judge Michael Obus granted a new defense motion for a mistrial after rejecting numerous earlier requests.
Notes from the jury room a week ago suggested there was a single juror, a retired teacher and lawyer, holding out for acquittal.
Kozlowski and co-defendant Mark Swartz, the company's ex-chief financial officer, had been accused of bilking the conglomerate of $600 million -- $170 million from unauthorized bonuses and personal loans and another $430 million through dishonest stock sales.
They maintained their innocence throughout the trial. They now likely face a new trial by state prosecutors on the same charges. "