10:35 a.m. UPDATE: Mayor Sessoms left federal court. He told reporters, "The testimony, you all heard it. Now it's for the jury to make those decisions. I'm delighted this is over with. I look forward to getting back to Virginia Beach."
Sessoms said the former governor didn’t list other loans he had from Jonnie Williams on a personal financial statement. McDonnell had to file those statements each year in order to renew a loan from Towne Bank. One of two loans he and his sister took out to buy two beach houses in Sandbridge totaled nearly $1 million.
RICHMOND -- Virginia Beach Mayor Will Sessoms was back on the stand Wednesday for day 13 of the McDonnell corruption trial.
When court ended Tuesday, Sessoms, the president of Town Bank, was testifying about Bob McDonnell's application to refinance a loan on one of the two beach rental properties that McDonnell and his sister own.
McDonnell's initial failure to disclose the Williams loans on bank paperwork is the basis for one of the counts.
13News Now reporter Nick Ochsner says prosecutors anticipate resting their case Thursday and the defense would begin on Monday.
The McDonnells are charged in a 14-count indictment with accepting more than $165,000 in gifts and loans from former Star Scientific Inc. CEO Jonnie Williams in exchange for promoting dietary supplements made by his company.
13News Now reporter Nick Ochsner will be at court for the latest developments. Follow his updates in our live blog.