Closing arguments have concluded in the case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who is on trial on financial fraud charges.
The trial, in Alexandria, Virginia, is the first to arise from US Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election. But the charges involve tax and bank fraud, not possible collusion between Russia and Donald Trump's campaign for president.
Prosecutors called more than two dozen witnesses to the stand during their case since it started on 31 July, including Mr Manafort's long-time right-hand man, Rick Gates, who pleaded guilty to two charges and is cooperating with the government.
They also put 388 exhibits into evidence, including doctored financial statements, loan applications, tax documents, emails and photographs.
Mr Manafort's lawyers decided not to call any witnesses, and Mr Manafort himself will not testify in his own defence.
The defence have sought to portray Mr Gates as being at the centre of any fraud, saying Mr Manafort was merely too trusting.
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