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Blagojevich to be sentenced next month

Impeached Illinois governor Rod R Blagojevich will be sentenced on December 6 by a US court.

Blagojevich`s conviction delayed

Sentencing of former Illinois
Governor Rod Blagojevich, convicted for trying to auction US President Barack Obama’s Senate seat, has been put on hold.

Blagojevich jury reaches verdicts on 18 counts

Fornmer Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich will hear the verdict in his corruption retrial.

Blagojevich claims conversation record `missing`

Attorneys for Rod Blagojevich filed a pretrial motion Tuesday seeking what they claimed was missing evidence in the impeached Illinois governor`s corruption trial.

Blagojevich asks judge to nullify conviction

Former Illinois Gov Rod Blagojevich
wants a judge to nullify the only conviction the jury returned in his mostly deadlocked corruption trial.

Blagojevich`s new trial likely in January next year

Ousted Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, who was convicted by a federal jury here on one count of lying to the FBI, is heading for a trial in January
next year, reports said Wednesday.

Blagojevich guilty of lying over Obama Senate seat scheme

Ousted Illinois governor Blagojevich has been found guilty of lying over Obama Senate seat scheme.

Jury gets case in Blagojevich corruption trial

Rod Blagojevich`s fate is now in the
hands of the jury at the former Illinois governor`s corruption

Blagojevich corruption trial: Indian-American emerges as a key figure

Raghuveer Nayak, an
Indian-American Chicago businessman has emerged as a key
figure in the corruption trial of former governor Rod
Blagojevich at the Dirksen Federal Courthouse here on Wednesday.

Blagojevich apologises for `blacker than Obama` remarks

Ousted Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich on Tuesday apologised for his "blacker than Barack Obama" remarks, saying what he said was "stupid".

Words on FBI tape out of context: Blagojevich

Former Illinois Gov Rod Blagojevich said that statements he made on secret FBI wiretap tapes were taken out of context by prosecutors.