A federal judge says evidence of alleged extramarital affairs can be used in the criminal trial of San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter.

By Kevin Tripp, KABC

Monday’s ruling involves a case where the Republican Representative is accused of using campaign money to pay for a series of affairs. Hunter is facing 60 charges and is scheduled to go on trial in September. His wife has recently changed her plea to guilty. Hunter says he is innocent and calls the case a “personal smear campaign.”