UPDATED: March 15, 2013:
The verdict is in on the Chad Chritton trial. WMTV reports that Chritton has been found guilty on the felony charge of neglecting a child with the consequence of causing bodily harm.
Chritton was found not guilty on the misdemeanor charge of neglecting a child.
A mistrial was declared on the four other counts that the jurors could not agree on. Those are recklessly endangering safety, child abuse, false imprisonment, and causing mental harm.
A Dane County child abuse case is wrapping up after 3 weeks.
WMTV-TV tells us that Chad Chritton's trial has been going on all day Thursday, and the jury is in deliberation.
Both sides made their closing statements Thursday. Assistant Dane County District Attorney Matthew Moeser told jurors during closing arguments in the man's trial that the man hid his daughter away from the world in his basement so people wouldn't ask questions. Moeser says the girl didn't know what day or month it was.
The defense states that the girl is a liar, mentally ill and chose not to eat.
The girl weighed less than 70 pounds when she finally ran away from the home in February 2012 and was discovered by a passing motorist.
The girl also alleges her stepbrother tried to sexually assault her.
**The Associated Press contributed to this story.**