SOUTH KINGSTOWN, R.I. (WPRI) — Jurors in the Dan Doyle trial will resume deliberations next week after going home for the weekend without a verdict.
The panel is working to decide whether or not Doyle is guilty of 18 charges, including embezzlement and forgery.
The state alleges Doyle used more than $1 million of his nonprofit’s funds on personal expenses.
The jury began deliberating on Monday after closing arguments were given by both sides.
On Thursday, the jury requested to review testimony from a former administrative assistant at the Institute for International Sport, which Doyle founded in 1987.
Doyle has denied all charges. His defense team says all of his transactions were authorized by the Institute’s board of directors.