NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Closing arguments concluded and jury deliberations got underway Thursday in the corruption retrial of former New York assembly speaker Sheldon Silver.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Tatiana Martins told jurors the 74-year-old Silver engineered bribery schemes to earn $4 million in legal fees before he made another $1 million by investing what she called the “dirty money.”

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The defense says the fees were legal and that there’s no proof Silver pocketed the money in exchange for taking official action.

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Silver is being retried after his 2015 corruption conviction was overturned after an appeals court cited a Supreme Court ruling that narrowed public corruption law.

Deliberations will resume Friday morning.

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