(Chicago, IL) — Federal prosecutors are requesting a new sentencing date for former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich. The move comes only two days after the U.S Supreme Court refused to hear the one-time state leader’s appeal. Blagojevich was originally sentenced to 14 years behind bars on corruption charges before an appellate court threw out several of the counts. The ex-governor, is in a Colorado prison, and could have a year or two shaved off of his sentence.
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