Five things to watch for Today...courtesy USA Today:
1. Jerri Fulkerson on the stand
At the end of the day Tuesday, Jerri Fulkerson, Jonnie Williams' personal assistant, had testified that she signed two $50,000 checks that Williams gave to Maureen McDonnell.
Fulkerson also spoke about many of the business trips that the former governor and his wife took on Williams' plane. The prosecution presented e-mails that showed contact between Fulkerson and Monica Block, Bob McDonnell's scheduler when he was governor.
2. Jonnie Williams next up?
During the trial's opening statements, Prosecutor Jessica Aber said Williams would take the stand to tell jurors he had conspired with the McDonnells to exchange gifts and loans for favors from the governor.
"Mr. Williams is going to tell you that what he and the McDonnells were doing was wrong and that's why he tried to hide it," Aber said. Williams would make sense as a witness to follow up Fulkerson, but the prosecution's witness list has many other names on it.
3. Names left on the witness list
Three witnesses already have testified, and the prosecution has 58 additional people on its list.
Among the more high-profile names: Bob McDonnell's sister — who also is named Maureen McDonnell — and three of the governor's five children, Sean, Rachel and Bobby. Cailin McDonnell Young, Bob McDonnell's oldest daughter, testified Tuesday.
4. Cailin McDonnell Young's testimony
Young broke down in tears on the stand after being shown photos of her 2011 wedding.
The prosecution grilled her on the details of her wedding and reception and what she and her now husband paid for themselves. She said they had intended to pay for the entire wedding themselves and was shocked when her mother told her that Williams offered to pay $15,000 toward her reception.
"She told me Mr. Williams was so impressed by me and enjoyed meeting me and as a wedding gift wanted to pay for our reception," McDonnell Young said. Expect a deeper look at this wedding's expenses.
5. Will more be revealed about the relationship between the governor's wife and Williams?
If Williams takes the stand, he'll likely be asked whether he knew about Maureen McDonnell's crush.
The defense said the two exchanged more than 1,200 texts and phone calls but no details of an affair have been revealed or implied. For now, the defense lawyers seem to be using the crush as a way to explain that the former governor and his wife could not have conspired with each other because they were barely communicating