The former chief accounting officer for failed energy giant Enron Corp. could be close to reaching a deal with prosecutors, on the eve of the trial against company founder Ken Lay and former chief executive Jeffery Skilling, according to published reports.

Former accounting officer Richard Causey faces 34 charges, including fraud, conspiracy, lying to auditors, money laundering and insider trading -- similar to the counts brought against Lay and Skilling.

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