The request was filed Wednesday morning with U.S. District Judge
James Zagel, who is to preside at the trial scheduled to get under
way June 3.
Prosecutors say former general counsel William Quinlan
has declined to produce key documents despite two subpoenas. They
don't say what documents they're seeking.
Prosecutors also say in court papers that Blagojevich has refused
to give Quinlan a document waiving any concerns about
attorney-client privilege if Quinlan produces documents and
testifies at the trial.
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