Reporting with Natasha Korecki, Dave McKinney and Abdon Pallasch
Before wrapping up his closing argument, prosecutor Chris Niewoehner laid out each of the counts for the jurors on an overhead screen.
Count by count, he explains what's being charged, the elements of the crime, and, in bullet points, highlights their evidence.
Rod looks somber and serious throughout this. He's leaning forward, staring at the prosecutor, occasionally clasping his hands or biting his lower lip.
Niewoehner finishes his argument around 2:05 by calling on the jury to find the defendants guilty on "each and every" count.
"(Rod Blagojevich) knew exactly what was happening," the prosecutor says. "And now you do, too."
When the prosecutor finished, Rod turned to his daughters, smiled, and mouthed something to his youngest daughter, Annie, as Patti passed her hand over the 7-year-old's hair.
He then exchanged words with his older daughter, Amy, before turning attention to remarks by the lawyer for his older brother.
Attorney Michael Ettinger is now giving his closing argument for Robert Blagojevich.