Former Gov. John G. Rowland is likely headed back to federal prison after being found guilty on seven charges today. He could face up to 57 years behind bars, although his sentence is likely to be much less.
A federal jury in New Haven convicted Rowland on all seven counts related to his efforts to conceal the extent of his involvement in two federal election campaigns. The trial began on Sept. 3 and the jury returned its verdict on the afternoon of Sept. 19.