WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Former state lawmaker Michael Capps will have to wait at least until Wednesday to learn his fate.

Capps faces 18 charges of fraud, wire fraud and money laundering. The case went to the jury for several hours, however, they didn't reach a verdict before going home for the day.

The court spent the majority of the day hearing Capps testify in his own defense. He said the government had missed important information in its investigation and mischaracterized other facts.

The judge is out of state tomorrow so deliberations will resume Wednesday morning. If convicted, Capps faces more than two hundred years in prison and millions in fines.