Richmond, VA ( – After 13 days of testimony, and 45 witnesses, the federal government has rested its case against former Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen.  The McDonnells are expected to begin their case Monday morning.


Jurors will get Friday off.  Lawyers, however, will argue over attempts to have the charges dismissed.  The couple faces 14 different counts related to the gift-giving scandal.


The final witness for the prosecution was an FBI agent, who summarized the case for jurors.







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