(CHICAGO) -- The jury in the retrial of Rod Blagojevich found the former Illinois governor guilty on 17 corruption charges, including fraud, attempted extortion, and soliciting bribes.
Those verdicts include the charges of conspiring to sell Barack Obama’s vacated Senate seat. The jury was deadlocked on two others.
U.S. District Court Judge James Zagel will set sentencing for a later date.
Under federal sentencing guidelines, Blagojevich faces up to a decade in prison.
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