PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The federal bribery and corruption trial of John Dougherty and Bobby Henon will resume Tuesday after a long weekend. The judge granted Friday as an off-day, and Monday is Columbus Day.

Thursday’s testimonies included a retired employee of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and a former L&I employee, who argued over an MRI installation at the hospital.

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The defense attorney for Henon told the court Thursday his client properly disclosed union payments and has always done so since becoming a city councilmember in 2012.

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Prosecutors allege Dougherty had a “corrupt agreement” that kept Henon in a $70,000 a year, “no work” union job. This allowed the councilmember to do all of Dougherty’s bidding, lawyers say.

Henon’s former communications director, as well as the president of Teamsters Local 107, also testified Thursday.

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The trial will resume Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.