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In an update to the Rod Blagojevich twitter saga, it appears that there will be no tweets from the former Illinois governor while he is in the courtroom.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Judge James Zagel banned Blagojevich from tweeting during the trial.
The report also indicated that Zagel suggested Blagojevich should avoid making public statements about the trial.
Blagojevich has been using Twitter to declare his innocence since joining the site.
In the bio on his Twitter profile page, Blagojevich proclaims that he's "innocent of all charges" and requests users of the popular microblogging service to "Follow my campaign to clear my name."
On Twitter, Blagojevich goes by the handle @governorrod and Blagojevich spokesman Glenn Selig confirmed to CNN that the account belongs to the former governor.
"(L)ooking forward to opening statements because that will unlock the truth... stay tuned," Blagojevich tweeted Monday.
His most recent tweet, posted Wednesday, avoided any reference to his trial: "Amy's graduation last night was beautiful."