McDonnell Wants to Keep Private a Subpoena for Out-of-State Leader

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

RICHMOND- Bob McDonnell is asking a federal judge for permission to keep private a subpoena for a public official from another state who might be called to testify at the former governor’s upcoming corruption trial. “At trial, Mr. McDonnell may call a fact witness, who happens to be a public official in another state, to testify to certain conversations the witness had in a personal capacity, unrelated to the witness’s official work,” lawyers for McDonnell say in a document filed in U.S. District Court. “As with many potential witnesses in a prolonged trial, however, Mr. McDonnell will not know whether he needs to call this person until he presents his case, more than a month from now.” McDonnell and former first lady Maureen McDonnell go on trial Monday in U.S. District Court.


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