Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan, who has demanded Rod Blagojevich’s immediate resignation, says she expects sometime tomorrow he will announce he will relinquish his position. "We have heard that there is a possibility that tomorrow he will make an announcement that he will step aside," she said on NBC's Meet the Press. "I don't know if that means he will resign or take another option that's provided under the Illinois constitution, where he can voluntarily recognize that there is a serious impediment in his ability to carry out his duties and therefore temporarily remove himself," she said. The Illinois governor spent the weekend shopping for lawyers. Top of his list is Ed Genson, who defended singer R. Kelly from child sex charges and the newspaper magnate Conrad Black from a fraud indictment. Genson is hesitant about whether to represent Blago. “We’ll make our mutual decision on Monday,” he said. Genson has enjoyed mixed results in the courts. While he managed to reduce Kelly’s 21 counts of having sexual intercourse with a minor down to a single charge of soliciting a minor for child pornography, then an acquittal, Lord Black of Crossharbour did not fare so well. He is currently serving a 78-month sentence in federal prison, he had to pay back his company Hollinger $6.1 million, and paid a fine of $125,000.