Talk about standing by your client: Angry with a judge who'd imposed restrictions on his closing arguments, Rod Blagojevich's lawyer, Sam Adam, Jr., said he'd be "willing to go to jail" for contempt of court if it meant not following the judge's orders. Judge James B. Zagel dismissed the jury for the day after the clash, in which Adam complained that Zagel prohibited him from naming witnesses that prosecutors did not call in the defense's closing arguments—something the prosecution had been able to do. "Your honor, I have a man here that is fighting for his life," he said, to which the judge responded: "You will follow that order because if you don't follow that order, you will be in contempt of court." The judge has given Adam the evening to reconfigure his closing arguments in light of his "profound misunderstanding of legal rules." Adam said he is not sure whether he will issue closing for the defense.