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Virginia / McDonnell Scandal / A Legal Discussion #1059044

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 24, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) The criminal charges against former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, for using the government office to advance the business interests of Jonnie Williams examined; details given about the specific gifts given to the McDonnells.

(Washington: Joe Johns) The McDonnell criminal case examined; courthouse scenes and courtroom sketches by shown; details given from the indictment that often referred to Maureen. ["Richmond Times Dispatch" Jeff SCHAPIRO†- comments on the case.] [Legal analyst Holly HUGHES†- says you want to go after the elected politicians.]

(Studio: John Berman: Jeffrey Toobin) The fascinating indictment in this case with the McDonnells getting access to all these riches, the legal controversy behind the case and the questions about the McDonnells' decision discussed.

Berman, John;
Johns, Joe

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