To convict Edwards on charges of violating campaign finance law, prosecutors need to prove that he had knowledge of the money spent to keep Hunter out of the public eye. The emails and notes prosecutors have obtained appear to provide ample evidence, the sources say. The prosecutors presented their evidence in an attempt to persuade Edwards to take a deal, but he still turned them down, refusing to accept anything that would take him away from his children, according to one insider.
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