Closing arguments are expected Monday in the federal corruption trial of U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah and four co-defendants.
The 11-term Philadelphia Democrat is accused of taking an illegal $1 million campaign loan from a friend to help pay for his failed mayoral bid.
Prosecutors say he also used federal grants and nonprofit funds to enrich his family and friends.
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Defense lawyers say Fattah's former political consultants are responsible for the financial wrongdoing. Two have pleaded not guilty and testified against the congressman.
The trial has been underway for about a month.
The $1 million loan came from Albert Lord, the former CEO for Sallie Mae.
Fattah's son is serving a five-year prison term in a related case. His co-defendants include Herbert Vederman, a former deputy mayor of Philadelphia.