In a blistering 21-page brief filed with U.S. District Judge James
Zagel, federal prosecutors recommended that Rod Blagojevich get 15-20
years in prison for his corruption conviction. Prosecutors pointed out
that the former Illinois governor, "repeatedly committed serious
criminal acts that have done enormous damage to public confidence in
Zagel is supposed to sentence Blagojevich next Tuesday. Blagojevich's lawyers have been seeking probation for their client.