I was on Elizabeth Kelley’s ‘Celebrity Court Radio’ show yesterday, available by clicking here. (I’m approximately 10 minutes into the show.) The subject was the conviction of John Rowland in a Connecticut federal court for violations of campaign disclosure/finance laws and obstruction of justice. He faces 57 years in prison. This is ten years after the felony conviction that drove him out of office as Governor of the Nutmeg State. This time, the jury convicted him after seven hours of deliberation over two days. Clearly, they saw the case pretty much the same way, which does not always happen with any group of 12 people.