The jury in the trial of Shelterbox founder Tom Henderson and his son John have been told that they can return a majority verdict.
The 65-year-old from Helston - who no longer works for the Shelterbox charity - is accused of securing lucrative contracts for his son to help him buy a new house.
They both deny conspiracy to commit fraud, along with another man, Darren Gervis.
The jury was sent out on Wednesday November 11.
The founder of Shelterbox said he felt like a 'naughty schoolboy' when it was revealed his son was profiting from contracts with the charity
A court has been told how the founder of the Helston charity Shelterbox awarded lucrative contracts to his son so he could buy a house.
Thomas Henderson allegedly ensured deals for camping and survival equipment were given to his 35-year-old son John's companies