Bryant is accused of steering grants to a state medical school in exchange for a "low-show" job that helped him pad his state pension.
The verdict comes after the panel deliberated for three hours on Friday and a full day Monday.
Earlier Tuesday, the panel asked questions about Bryant's failure to advise state legislative officials of the $35,000 salary he received from a state medical school.
Jurors asked if the state must prove whether a former dean at the school, Michael Gallagher, was aware of or caused Bryant to submit the inaccurate salary disclosure form.
Gallagher is also on trial.