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Saturday, November 20, 2010

Defense rests in ex-House majority leader DeLay's money laundering trial; closings next week "Tom DeLay's defense team, after presenting five witnesses over two days, rested its case at the former U.S. House majority leader's money laundering trial on Thursday.

DeLay's defense was brief in comparison with the prosecution's case, which included more than 30 witnesses over nearly 10 days. The former Houston-area congressman did not testify. Closing arguments in the trial were set to be held on Monday with jurors expected to get the case later that day.

Prosecutors allege DeLay used his political action committee to illegally channel $190,000 in corporate donations into 2002 Texas legislative races through a money swap."

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