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Topic - Bob Mcdonnell
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's marriage had broken and his wife developed a crush on a wealthy CEO who heaped expensive gifts and attention on her, defense attorneys said Tuesday in a startling opening to the couple's federal corruption trial.
The defense of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has always hinged on several key arguments. For example, the more than $165,000 in loans and gifts from businessman Jonnie R. Williams Sr. might have been unseemly — even worthy of an apology to the state — but it wasn't illegal.
Former Gov. Bob McDonnell received sustained applause from several hundred Virginia Republicans on Tuesday evening at a political cookout that marked the former governor's first public appearance outside a federal courthouse since his indictment on corruption charges earlier this year.
An outside law firm representing former Republican Gov. Bob McDonnell's staffers was back to work on their case two weeks after Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring ended its contract, newly released invoices show.
The corruption case against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, is set to go to trial this summer after a judge tossed out a motion to dismiss most of the charges against the couple.
A federal judge on Tuesday denied motions to dismiss most of the corruption charges against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife and rejected requests the couple be tried separately, leaving the McDonnells with precious few legal options ahead of a scheduled trial date in late July.
The Supreme Court's determination that many limits on big-money political contributions violate constitutional free-speech rights have undermined the federal government's case against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, his lawyers argued in court filings Monday.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has a new job as a visiting professor at Liberty University.
The case against former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife is straightforward and shouldn't be dismissed, federal prosecutors said in court filings Thursday.
Former Gov. Bob McDonnell's aggressive push to build a toll road parallel to U.S. 460 from Suffolk to Petersburg may wind up costing taxpayers between $400 million to $500 million - with no road to show for it.
Newly released tax records show former Gov. Bob McDonnell's legal defense fund raised nearly $150,000 during the first quarter of this year, a sizeable haul that's still far short of the $1 million-plus the fund's founder has said is needed.
A judge says former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell can keep some court filings from the public, but not from prosecutors in his public corruption case.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe wants lobbyists to disclose what they give to lawmakers' families.
Advocates of Medicaid expansion in Virginia say the budget impasse gripping Richmond this year isn't terribly novel, even in a city that prides itself on genteel compromise in contrast to the rancor of Washington.