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Blagojevich trial: Rod Blagojevich signs autographs on courtroom break

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Reporting with Natasha Korecki and Dave McKinney

Judge James Zagel announces that closing statements will resume Monday at 9:30. He says he will give the jurors instructions on their deliberations this morning, in private, after a 10-minute break.

"I plan to instruct the jury in the jury room, rather than bring them back here, to continue their duties not to pay attention to media," Zagel says, "and tell them we'll resume again Monday at 9:30."

Over the break, Rod Blagojevich signs autographs.

He's in the courtroom with one foot propped on a bench, signing autographs on his knee.

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