STAMFORD - The jury will spend a fourth day deliberating in the trial of a man accused in the death of Greenwich developer Andrew Kissel.

Carlos Trujillo is Kissel's former chauffeur.

In 2006, Kissel was found tied up and stabbed to death in his rented Greenwich mansion just days before he was set to plead guilty to fraud.

Trujillo's cousin has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges and testified that Carlos hired him to help plan the murder.

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