Supreme Court declines taking Schock’s case

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ILLINOIS (WCIA) — The Supreme Court has said no to getting involved in the corruption case against former Congressman Aaron Schock.

The Republican, from the 18th District, resigned from Congress in 2015 after being charged with several offenses including using campaign money and an allowance from Congress for personal expenses. It included redecorating his Capitol Hill office in the style of the Downton Abbey TV series.

Schock has tried to get the case against him dismissed, but a federal judge and federal appeals court have declined.
 

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