Former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich makes another bid for early release.
His attorneys are seeking another hearing before the same three-judge panel that chose to keep his 14-year prison term intact last month.
The three judge panel overturned five of Blagojevich's original 18 criminal convictions two years ago but Judge James Zagel refused to reduce his prison term.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a request to hear Blagojevich's case.
Blagojevich's last hope could be his former boss, as in television boss, former Apprentice Host, President Donald Trump.