The jury has found former Gov. Rod Blagojevich guilty on just one of the 24 counts -- count 24, making false statement to the FBI.
That count alleges that the ex-governor lied to federal agents in 2005 when they questioned him about "pay to play" politics. He told the agents he kept his fund-raising and politics separate.
That charge carries a maximum five-year jail term and $250,000 fine.