(Baton Rouge) -- The corruption trial of Louisiana's long-time Agriculture Commissioner Bob Odom is scheduled to get underway this afternoon, but not before the court deals with some last-minute defense motions. Of the original 21-count indictment handed down in 2004, only six counts remain. And, the defense will move today to have all but one of those tossed. As he goes to trial in Baton Rouge, before state District Judge Don Johnson, Odom is accused of public bribery, money laundering and felony theft. The theft charge accuses Odom of not paying for thousands of pine seedlings from the Agriculture Department he planted on his own property until the Legislative Auditor's Office inquired about the transaction four years after he received the small trees.