While on the stand, McDonnell added that he did not give the gifts back to Williams, going on to say that he believed that they had developed a friendship.
Shortly before 5pm, Williams himself took the stand after being called by the prosecution. While on the stand, he opened up about conversations he had with former first lady Maureen McDonnell.
Several of the exhibits that were shown in court were released to the public, including photographs that show the former Virginia First Couple sitting in an expensive vehicle owned by Williams.
Full coverage of the McDonnell case tonight on 8News starting at 5p.m. For breaking news, follow reporters Parker Slaybaugh (@Parker8News) and Mark Tenia (MarkTenia8News) on Twitter and stay with 8News for the latest on the McDonnell corruption trial.
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Day three of the corruption trial of Bob and Maureen McDonnell began Wednesday morning, following several bombshell revaluations in court Tuesday.The McDonnells once again arrived to court separately Wednesday morning.
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