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Prosecution Rests In McDonnell Case

(Richmond, VA) -- Federal prosecutors say they've rested their corruption case against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife. The prosecution presented 45 witnesses by day 14 of the trial yesterday. The McDonnells are accused of accepting cash and gifts during their time in office. The couple's defense team will begin its case this Monday morning.

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