Judge Ends Ex-Blagojevich Aide's Probation EarlyRod Blagojevich's ex-chief of staff is free and clear of the justice system after a federal judge in Chicago ended his two-year probation period early.
Former Blagojevich Aide John Harris To Report To PrisonA former chief of staff for deposed Gov. Rod Blagojevich will report to jail next week.
Defense Attorney: 'No Shock Or Surprise' For Blago In PrisonRod Blagojevich's lawyer said the former governor's first two weeks in prison have been about what Blagojevich expected.
Blagojevich's Former Top Aide Gets 10 Days In JailThe man who was Rod Blagojevich's chief of staff when the former governor was arrested for trying to sell a U.S. Senate seat has been sentenced to 10 days in jail for his role in Blagojevich's corruption case.
Sentencing Delayed For Former Blagojevich Chief Of Staff Harris The day after deposed Gov. Rod Blagojevich began his 14-year prison sentence, his former chief of staff, John Harris, is learning his fate.
Blagojevich's Former Top Aide Seeking Probation At SentencingA day after former Gov. Rod Blagojevich reports to prison to begin his 14-year sentence on corruption charges next week, his former chief of staff will be in front of a federal judge, making his plea for leniency for his role in the Blagojevich case.
Judge: Blago Lawyer's Questions 'Out Of Bounds'A defense attorney for Rod Blagojevich drew some harsh criticism from the judge at the former governor’s corruption retrial on Monday for repeatedly asking questions that the judge had already ruled were "out of bounds."
Blago On Tape: 'It's Very Important For Me To Make A Lot Of Money'As federal prosecutors continued to focus on allegations that Rod Blagojevich was trying to sell or trade an appointment to the U.S. Senate, jurors in his retrial heard the former governor saying "it's very important for me to make a lot of money."
Tapes Reveal Thanks From White House Not Enough For BlagojevichWhen Rod Blagojevich learned in late 2008 that all he would get from the Obama administration was thanks and appreciation for appointing a friend President-elect Barack Obama to the U.S. Senate, he had two simple words for the White House: “F*** them.”