McDonnells Plead Not Guilty; Released On Own Recognizance

McDonnells Plead Not Guilty; Released On Own Recognizance

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Former governor Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen appeared in court Friday morning for a bond hearing and arraingment. They pleaded not guilty to federal corruption charges and were released on their own recognizance. A jury trial has been scheduled for July 28th. A federal magistrate ordered the McDonnells not not to leave the U.S. The couple arrived at the courthouse with an entourage of about two dozen family members and friends.


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