Andrew Leipold

Professor of Law, University of Illinois

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Professor of Law at the University of Illinois

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Rod Blagojevich boycotted his impeachment trial by the State Senate, but today the Illinois Governor appeared to deliver an impassioned closing statement.

Blagojevich Makes Closing Argument in Impeachment Trial

Rod Blagojevich boycotted his impeachment trial by the State Senate, but today the Illinois Governor appeared to deliver an impassioned closing statement.

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