Jefferson will be indicted on more than a dozen corruption charges, sources tell CNN.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - A federal grand jury Monday is expected to indict Rep. William Jefferson, D-Louisiana, on more than a dozen charges stemming from an investigation into accusations of corruption, sources told CNN.
The indictment is expected to be handed up in an Alexandria, Virginia, courtroom later in the day, the sources said.
Jefferson has denied any wrongdoing. He has been accused of taking bribes on behalf of a telecommunications firm in Kentucky.
Federal prosecutors said $90,000 in cash was found in the congressman's freezer during a search of his Washingon, D.C.-area home in August 2005.
–CNN's Kevin Bohn and Kelli Arena