NEW YORK - Ted Sihpol's future hangs in the balance.

The jury in the criminal case against former Bank of America broker Theodore C. Sihpol III began deliberations on Thursday, as jurors spent the latter part of the week considering the 33 counts of grand larceny, securities fraud and falsifying business records hanging over the lone employee on trial for the bank's alleged trading abuses.

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