Former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich was sentenced to 14 years in prison. We have all the details from the courtroom, as well as analysis from Blagojevich's own defense team, a former federal judge and others about the punishment.
The government wants 15 to 20 years for Rod Blagojevich. His lawyers say that's too harsh, and even the former prosecutor in former Gov. George Ryan's case thinks that's too long. Elizabeth Brackett reports.
Springfield insider William Cellini was convicted on two of four counts of extortion and aiding and abetting bribery, including an attempted shakedown of a Hollywood producer for Rod Blagojevich. Elizabeth Brackett has been following the long Blagojevich saga from the beginning and has a wrap-up of the Cellini verdict.