After 17 witnesses and 31 days of testimony, the prosecution in the bingo corruption case rested Tuesday. U.S. District Court Judge Myron Thompson told the jury to take the day off Wednesday.
On Wednesday morning, Thompson heard arguments for acquittal, starting with the first defendant named in the indictment — Victoryland owner Milton McGregor — and continuing through the list. After Thompson has heard the arguments, the defense will begin presenting their case, one defendant at a time.
You can read those motions in PDF here: