McGreevey to take stand today

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">Judge Karen Cassidy listens as former New Jersey Gov. James E. McGreevey testifies at his divorce trial at the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth, N.J.on Wednesday, May 14,2008. He began testimony saying he proposed writing a book with his estranged wife, but she turned him down and later wrote her own memoir.&#40;AP Photo&#47;John O&#39;Boyle, pool&#41;</span></div>
May 13, 2008 6:40:14 AM PDT
Former Governor Jim McGreevey is expected to take the stand today as he seeks a divorce from his estranged wife.

Former Governor Jim McGreevey is expected to take the stand today as he seeks a divorce from his estranged wife.

Jim and Dina Matos McGreevey met throughout the day Monday. But Jim McGreevey's lawyer Stephen Haller says they failed to resolve their differences.

The McGreeveys are arguing over alimony, child support and the division of financial assets and liabilities.

New Jersey's former first couple split in 2004, shortly after McGreevey resigned from his first term in office.

In a nationally televised speech, McGreevey acknowledged being "a gay American" and said he had an affair with a male staffer.


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