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Jurors in Cahill corruption trial go home for the weekend

Former State Treasurer Timothy P. Cahil waited as jurors deliberated on Thursday.

Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff

Former State Treasurer Timothy P. Cahil waited as jurors deliberated Thursday.

Jurors in the corruption trial of former state treasurer Timothy P. Cahill went home Friday without reaching a verdict and will return to Suffolk Superior Court for further deliberations on Monday. The jurors have been meeting since Tuesday afternoon, about 24 hours in total. Cahill and his former campaign manager, Scott Campbell, have been charged with conspiring to use a $1.5 million publicly funded lottery ad blitz to boost Cahill’s run for governor in 2010.

Michael Levenson can be reached at mlevenson@globe.com. Follow him on Twitter @mlevenson.
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