Illinois State University politics and government professor Tom McClure says federal investigators went through "everything" while investigating former Congressman Aaron Schock. A federal grand jury indicted Schock today on 24 counts, including wire fraud and theft of funds.
Schock resigned last year amid questions regarding his campaign spending. Being convicted on a single wire fraud count carries a sentence of up to 20 years in prison. McClure says it's likely Schock will at least be forced to pay restitution.