The second week of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort is drawing to a close Friday, and so far, the court has spent much of the day in recess. Prosecutors had hoped this would be the last day they needed to make their case to the jury, but the trial only resumed at 2:20 p.m.
On Friday, the prosecution planned to put at least four witnesses on the stand -- Andrew Chojnowski, James Brennan, Irfran Krimica, and Dennis Raico. The long recess, which came after two lengthy bench conferences, makes it unlikely that the prosecution will rest today.
Prosecutors have argued Manafort disguised millions in income in offshore accounts, lied to banks and evaded taxes, which allegedly allowed him to purchase a luxurious life. The defense, for its part, attempted to undermine the character of the prosecution's star witness, former Trump campaign official and Manafort business associate Rick Gates, who claimed he committed crimes with Manafort. The defense pointed to Gates' extramarital affairs, and said he embezzled funds from Manafort.
CBS News' Paula Reid, Clare Hymes and Rob Legare contributed to this report.