Former Delaware Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is battling in court with a lawyer who says he's owed more than $20,000 for work on her Senate campaigns.
Jonathan Moseley claims he is owed more than $3,200 in wages and more than $1,800 in expenses from O'Donnell's 2008 campaign. He also says he is owed $15,000 for his work for O'Donnell early last year.
Moseley, who is representing himself, was expected to testify first at Monday's trial. O'Donnell and former campaign manager Matt Moran also were to testify.
The O'Donnell camp denies that Moseley is owed anything. In recent days, her representatives have repeatedly pointed out that Moseley was disciplined in Virginia for professional misconduct, saying he is dishonest and manipulative.
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Moseley suggested that O'Donnell's supporters were trying to smear him.