The criminal trial against former presidential candidate and senator, John Edwards, is nearing an end. Today in a Greensboro, North Carolina, courtroom, the prosecution and defense are presenting closing arguments. Edwards has been charged with six felony counts for violated campaign finance rules concerning nearly $1 million dollars from two wealthy supporters, spent to hide his pregnant mistress during the 2008 election. The case is full of melodrama. It is also one of the first to test the uncertainty of campaign finance rules. A panel of legal and campaign experts join guest host Tom Gjelten to discuss what the verdict could mean for money and politics in an election year.