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Former Virginia Governor Robert McDonnell leaves U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia with family members, including his son Bobby (R), after he found guilty in his corruption trial September 4, 2014, in Richmond, Virginia. The jury found McDonnell guilty of 11 corruption-related counts, and his wife Maureen McDonnell of eight counts. They were on trial for accepting gifts, vacations and loans from a Virginia businessman in exchange for helping his company.   (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Former Va. Governor’s Attorney Vows to Appeal

Kathleen L. Carmody said she voted for Bob McDonnell and thought he was “terrific for Virginia” as governor — but as a juror in McDonnell’s corruption trial, she was compelled to convict him.


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Farewell Speech: McDonnell Apologizes to Assembly

In his farewell address to the General Assembly, outgoing Gov. Bob McDonnell apologized Wednesday for a gift scandal and said he prayed it would not overshadow the good work he had done as governor.