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Exactly one year ago today, Rod Blagojevich began a 14-year prison sentence for official corruption; but the former governor is still counting on his lawyers to get his conviction overturned.
A jury said Blagojevich tried to sell a U.S. Senate appointment for personal gain; he maintains he wanted the State of Illinois to benefit from anything he received in return for the appointment.
Blagojevich makes daily phone calls to his wife and daughters, and they visit him about once every two months.