Jurors in the trial of ex-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort ended their second full day of deliberations on Friday without reaching a verdict.
The 12-member jury will reconvene Monday in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Virginia, to continue mulling Manafort's fate.
Judge T.S. Ellis let the jury go home at around 5 p.m., several hours after the panel asked to recess at that time because one of its members had a social engagement on Friday night.
After the jury left the court, Manafort was sent back to a jail in Alexandria, where he is being kept isolated from other inmates.
The 69-year-old Republican consultant, who once routinely spent tens of thousands of dollars on custom-made suits, an ostrich jacket, watches and landscaping, has been locked up without bail since June after being charged with trying to tamper with potential witnesses against him.
In the Virginia case, Manafort is accused by special counsel Robert Mueller of a raft of tax and bank fraud charges related to his consulting work for pro-Russia politicians in Ukraine, which predated his tenure as chairman of President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign.