The nation's high court declined a rehearing request Monday from former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
It's the second time the U.S. Supreme Court has rejected a rehearing petition from the ex-politician. The last request was turned down in late March.
The disgraced governor appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court after a lower court dismissed five of the 18 counts he was convicted of in 2011. The reversed counts were tied to Blagojevich's effort to swap President Barack Obama's former Senate seat for a Cabinet position in the president's administration back in 2008.
Federal prosecutors have opted against retrying Blagojevich on his five dismissed corruption counts. Instead, they have requested a resentencing date for the ex-governor.
Blagojevich is scheduled for a June 30 re-sentencing. He could reportedly see his 14-year prison sentence reduced by one or two years.