The jury in the Enron fraud trial has begun deliberating verdicts
After hearing 56 days of testimony, the jury in the Enron fraud trial has begun deliberating verdicts for former bosses Jeffrey Skilling and Kenneth Lay, BBC reported.
The pair are accused of trying to hide $32bn of debts at the firm, but deny any wrongdoing.
Mr Lay and Mr Skilling have both claimed that other staff were to blame and that they were kept in the dark.
Mr Skilling, 52, Enron's one-time chief executive, faces 28 counts of fraud and conspiracy.
Mr Lay, 64, the firm's founder and former chairman, is charged with six such offences.