Ex-Governor's Freedom Bid on Hold Until Prosecutors RespondThe U.S. Supreme Court wants to hear from federal prosecutors before deciding whether former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell will have to go to prison while he appeals his corruption convictions.
As Options Run Out, Ex-Virginia Gov. Turns to Supreme CourtA federal appeals court has refused to allow former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell to remain free while he appeals his public corruption convictions.
Prosecutors: Ex-Governor Should Go to Prison During AppealA federal appeals court is waiting for prosecutors to respond to former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's request to remain free while he appeals his public corruption convictions.
Former Virginia Governor Asks to Remain Free During AppealFormer Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell has asked a federal appeals court to allow him to remain free while he appeals his public corruption convictions to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Former Virginia Governor Appeals Corruption Conviction AgainFormer Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell is appealing his corruption conviction again.
After McDonnell Scandal, Wining and Dining of Va. Pols DownRegistered lobbyists spent about 16 percent less on wining and dining lawmakers in a recent six-month period compared to just before a corruption scandal involving former Gov. Bob McDonnell changed how things operate in Virginia politics.
Appeals Court Upholds Former Va. Governor's ConvictionsA federal appeals court upheld former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's public corruption convictions Friday.
Va. Lawmakers Approve $100 Per Year Gift CapVirginia lawmakers have given preliminary approval to a new $100 gift cap from lobbyists and others trying to influence state government.
Document Details Ex-Virginia First Lady's Would-Be TestimonyA newly released court document describes what former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell would have said had she testified in her husband's public corruption case.
44 Former Attorneys General Back Ex-Va. Governor's AppealForty-four former state attorneys general from across the country have urged a federal appeals court to toss out former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's public corruption convictions.
Ex-first Lady of Virginia Appeals Corruption ConvictionsFormer Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell has appealed her public corruption convictions.
Prosecutors Seek Sentence of 18 Months for Ex-Va. First LadyFederal prosecutors say former Virginia first lady Maureen McDonnell should be sentenced to at least 18 months in prison for public corruption, while her lawyers say she should only be sentenced to probation and 4,000 hours of community service.