The Enron trial inched closer to its end as former chairman Kenneth Lay wrapped up his testimony and a parade of character witnesses took the stand.

Both Lay and former chief executive Jeffrey Skilling are facing federal charges of fraud and conspiracy over the downfall of the company, as the trial wrapped up its 14th week.

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