Despite video evidence of Gov. Corbett's former son-in-law taking $140 in marked money during a 2013 FBI and Police Department sting, a Philadelphia jury Friday afternoon failed to reach a unanimous verdict.

Common Pleas Judge Diana L. Anhalt declared a mistrial after the jury indicated it was hopelessly deadlocked on all seven charges faced by fired narcotics police officer Gerold Gibson, 43.

The jury of nine women and three men began deliberating Friday morning and worked for five hours before being released by Anhalt.

Assistant District Attorney Douglas Rhoads immediately asked for a retrial, which Anhalt scheduled for Jan. 26.

"We get ourselves together and get ready to try it again as soon as possible," Rhoads said after leaving the courtroom. "We are very confident in our case and look forward to going against him in the next trial."