Government Rests Case In Wilmington Trust Loan Fraud Trial

By Vince Sullivan (April 11, 2018, 8:01 PM EDT) -- Federal prosecutors rested their case Wednesday in the criminal trial of Wilmington Trust executives accused of hiding bad loans from investors and regulators, with the defense ready to commence their case beginning next week.

During the proceedings in Wilmington, Delaware, the government questioned its final witness — Internal Revenue Service Special Agent Anthony Lopiccolo — before the the trial adjourned for several days, as defense counsel prepares a motion to dismiss the charges against the bank officers.

Before breaking, U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Andrews told the jurors that when the defense begins its case Tuesday, the end of the...

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