Blago’s Resentencing

This March 14, 2012 file photo shows former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich autographing a 'Free Gov. Blago' sign for one of his supporters at his home in Chicago the day before Blagojevich was due to report to prison to begin serving a 14-year sentence on corruption charges.
This March 14, 2012 file photo shows former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich autographing a 'Free Gov. Blago' sign for one of his supporters at his home in Chicago the day before Blagojevich was due to report to prison to begin serving a 14-year sentence on corruption charges. M. Spencer Green, File / AP
This March 14, 2012 file photo shows former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich autographing a 'Free Gov. Blago' sign for one of his supporters at his home in Chicago the day before Blagojevich was due to report to prison to begin serving a 14-year sentence on corruption charges.
This March 14, 2012 file photo shows former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich autographing a 'Free Gov. Blago' sign for one of his supporters at his home in Chicago the day before Blagojevich was due to report to prison to begin serving a 14-year sentence on corruption charges. M. Spencer Green, File / AP

Blago’s Resentencing

Despite tearful pleas from his two daughters, Judge James Zagel did not grant former Governor Blagojevich a reduced sentence. He has eight years remaining on his time in prison for corruption. The Governor appeared from a TV screen in the Colorado prison where he’s serving his time. 

WBEZ’s Michael Puente was there, and he has the play by play.