The state's high court has officially removed Rod Blagojevich from the attorney roster. That means the former governor is no longer allowed to practice law in Illinois. Attorneys say that's the typical and almost automatic fate of any lawyer convicted of a felony. Blagojevich had the option of removing himself from the attorney roll in the state. Attorneys say that may have made it easier for him to have his license reinstated if he ever wanted to practice law again.