They did not hear testimony from Cunningham himself, contrary to indications defense attorney Don Samuel had given U.S. District Judge Harold Murphy Monday afternoon.
After Murphy this morning denied a defense motion to have the charges against Cunningham dropped for lack of evidence, Samuel called just one brief witness before resting at 11:40 a.m.
Cunninghams secretary and paralegal of 16 years, Robin Logan, took the stand to present telephone, banking and appointment records to jurors.
The records showed some of the transactions Cunningham made for his former client, Abraham Kennard, who was convicted earlier this year of using his business, Network International Investment Corporation, to bilk nearly $9 million from 1,600 churches nationwide.
Cunningham faces charges of money laundering and participating in a money laundering conspiracy for remaining willfully blind to the manner in which Kennard obtained his NIIC profits, which were funneled through Cunninghams escrow account during a nine-month period in 2002.
Prosecutors will complete the presentation of evidence in Cunninghams case this afternoon by calling Internal Revenue Service Special Agent Sarah Kull as a rebuttal witness.
Closing arguments could be completed by the end of the day.
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