Blago lawyers return to court with complaint list
Former Gov. Rod Blagojevich's legal defense team is headed for court with a list of complaints in hand.
U.S. District Judge James B. Zagel could take up some of the squabbles at a hearing in the former governor's federal corruption case on Wednesday.
Blagojevich's brother Robert -- also charged in the case -- says federal agents overstepped their authority when they eavesdropped on his phone conversations with his wife discussing matters of an intimate nature.
Colorful defense attorney Sam Adam -- representing the governor -- says the feds are turning over key evidence to the defense fast enough.