The eight men and four women are expected to go back to work Tuesday as they consider campaign finance charges against the former presidential candidate.
Jurors will begin a third day of deliberation on Tuesday as they decide whether or not John Edwards committed campaign finance violations by funneling money to his mistress.
The jury of eight men and four women will resume their deliberations in the campaign finance case against the former Democratic presidential contender.
Jurors are now deliberating to decide whether or not Edwards is guilty of diverting campaign funds to his mistress.
The former senator's defense rested without putting on John Edwards, accused of illegally funneling money to his mistress.
Defense lawyers concentrated on whether former US Senator John Edwards broke federal campaign finance laws.
Bryan Huffman described receiving checks in excess of federal contribution limits and then passing them on to the campaign.
Cheri Young began to cry when asked why she went along with the cover-up of Edwards' affair.
Andrew Young admitted under cross-examination that he spent much of the million dollars in campaign funds diverted to John Edwards' mistress to build himself a new house.
Andrew Young testified that former Senator John Edwards initially disbelieved he was the father of his mistress' child.