(Chicago, IL) -- One of the jurors that helped convict Springfield political insider Bill Cellini is a convicted felon. "The Chicago Tribune" reports a woman with the same name, age, and address as one of the jurors pleaded guilty to crack-cocaine possession in 2000. She was also found guilty for driving without a license and under the influence of alcohol in 2008. Defense attorneys say that information was not shared with them when they selected the juror. They want to use the information to get the guilty verdict thrown out. But the U.S. Attorney's office released a statement saying a felony charge does not automatically disqualify someone from jury service. Cellini was convicted on November 1st for extortion tied to former Governor Rod Blagojevich.