Last week, two former Carolina Investors board members Don Bobo and Dan Sharpe testified, as well as Larry Owen, former president of the Pickens-based company.
Sterling, 70, was indicted by a state grand jury on two counts of securities fraud and on count of conspiracy.
He was chairman of Homegold, Carolina Investor’s parent company.
About 12,000 people, mostly from the Upstate lost around $278 million when the company closed its doors in March 2003.
Sterling is expected to take the stand sometime this week in his defense.
He has pleaded not guilty to all charges.