Judge James Spencer entered the final Order of Dismissal today and friends, IT IS OVER.

Read via WTKR: RICHMOND, Va. – A federal judge granted a motion Friday to dismiss the indictments and convictions against former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell and his wife Maureen. The order says “The Court has considered the Motion and has determined that the Motion should be GRANTED.” In a recent interview, Bob McDonnell says it’ll likely take years to pay back all of his legal fees. His own cost about $10 million, he says. “This will be a lifelong venture paying back the lawyers for what they’ve done for me,” …

Governor McDonnell on Meet the Press

Watch Governor McDonnell’s interview with Chuck Todd on MSNBC’s Meet the Press. Full Interview: Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell Talks Corruption and Vindication In an exclusive interview with Chuck Todd, Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell breaths a sigh of relief after his conviction was vacated.

Statement from Governor McDonnell on the Dismissal

BREAKING: Statement of Governor Bob McDonnell on the Dismissal of the Case September 8, 2016 Today is a great day in which my family and I rejoice. More than 3 1/2 years after learning of an investigation, the final day of vindication has arrived. I have deep gratitude to the justices of the United States Supreme Court for their unanimous June reversal of the convictions. Today, I express my appreciation to the US Department of Justice for applying the correct rule of law articulated by the Supreme Court, and asking …

Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell Won’t Be Retried

BREAKING NEWS: Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell Won’t Be Retried, Sources Say Today is the day! Bob McDonnell has officially been vindicated! NBC News: The Department of Justice will not retry former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell after the Supreme Court overturned his corruption conviction, sources say. Stand with the McDonnell Family and help to cover McDonnell’s legal fees: https://rally.org/restorationfund

DOJ to Unbelievably Refile Charges Against Bob McDonnell

The fight continues, folks… Townhall.com (Sep 6, 2016) — DOJ to Unbelievably Refile Charges Against Bob McDonnell After SCOTUS Unanimous Exoneration Read some of the article’s highlights: “If you had any doubt whether or not Obama’s politicized DOJ was deliberately targeting conservative elected officials, this should confirm your suspicions.” “As Sol Wachtler, former chief judge of the New York Court of Appeals once said, prosecutors now have so much influence on grand juries that “by and large” they can get them to “indict a ham sandwich.”” “People all over the …

Lawyers ask appeals court for three more weeks

RICHMOND TIMES DISPATCH, Frank Green (August 26 2016) – Lawyers for former Gov. Bob McDonnell and the U.S. Attorney’s Office are asking the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for three more weeks so that the U.S. Justice Department can further consider its next steps. The appeals court granted a joint motion from the defense and prosecution to hold off on taking any action in the case for 30 days while the two sides talked. That period was to expire on Monday, when they were to file a status report or …

Senator Mark Warner is standing with Governor McDonnell

WAVY News Reporter, Andy Fox recently sat down with Virginia Senator, Mark Warner. One of the topics that came up was Governor McDonnell’s case. Read Andy’s article below: WAVY News, August 18 2016 — Andy Fox asked Warner whether the federal government should continue prosecuting former Governor Bob McDonnell after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned his corruption convictions, sending the case back to the lower court for a possible new trial. Warner is with McDonnell on that. “I think this process should come to a conclusion,” the senator said. “I …

Governor McAuliffe: “it is time to move on”

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Scott Wise, WTVR (June 29 2016) – Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe said he does not believe former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell should face trial again on federal corruption charges “I think now that the Supreme Court has ruled I’m hoping this is the beginning of the end of the process,” Governor McAuliffe said. “This man has paid the price, it is time to move on.” Governor McAuliffe, along with so many others stand with Governor McDonnell and believe it is time to put this to rest, once and for all. …

What’s the next chapter in Governor McDonnell’s life?

McDonnell wants the final chapter to be: “it’s over.” WAVY TV, Andy Fox (July 1, 2016) — … However, the decision on whether he can be successfully prosecuted and convicted on narrower definitions of what “official acts” are has yet to be made. The Supreme Court decided an “official act” is not setting up a meeting, or holding a product launch in the Governor’s Mansion, or making phone calls. The “official act” comes by strong-arming the outcome of that meeting. Although we have made amazing progress in this hard-fought battle, we still …