Blagojevich Analysis: Jury deliberations, deadlocks & decisions

August 13, 2010

On Thursday, the jury in the federal corruption trial of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich informed U.S. District Court Judge James Zagel that they'd reached a decision on only 2 of the 24 counts before them. This comes after weeks of testimony, years of investigation, and 12 days of deliberation. The news reverberated like a bombshell throughout the Dirksen Federal Building and has the world wondering: What's going on in there? That's the question we posed to our own criminal justice reporter Robert Wildeboer. Here's our 5 minute debrief: