Sprung from captivity by a fortuitous Supreme Court ruling, former media mogul Conrad Black is headed back to jail for a 13-month term. Black was convicted of fraud and obstruction of justice in 2007 and sentenced to six and a half years after scheming to take millions from the unwinding of major publisher Hollinger International. But a Supreme Court decision narrowed the scope of a law used to convict him. Today, Black—a member of the British House of Lords—was resentenced to 42 months in jail, 29 of which he has already served. Black’s wife collapsed in the courtroom following the sentence and was taken out by medical personnel.