Will John Edwards Take The Stand On His Own Behalf?
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Jeff Tiberii
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at 5:23 AM
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This could be the last day of testimony in the John Edwards Trial. Edwards was once a rising star in the Democratic Party until an extra-marital affair derailed his political ambitions. He's charged with accepting secret payments of almost a million dollars to cover-up the affair and pregnancy. North Carolina Public Radio's Jeff Tiberii reports from Greensboro.

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