FILE - In this file photo taken Nov. 2, 2011, former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman talks with reporters outside the Federal Courthouse in Montgomery, Ala. Siegelman is headed back to federal court Friday, Aug. 3, 2012, for a new sentencing hearing for his conviction on bribery and other charges. Judge Mark Fuller will decide Siegelman�s new sentence in Montgomery and could order him to immediately return to federal prison after more than four years of freedom. (AP Photo/Dave Martin, File)
Former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman is expected to report to prison next month.
Siegelman says what he will dread the most is missing his family.
A federal judge recently resentenced the former governor to six and a half years for bribery and other charges.
Siegelman says he always thought he would win his case on appeal and would not have to go back to prison.
He will get credit for the nine months he has already served.
Siegelman's attorneys say that plus credit for good behavior could shorten his prison time to about five years
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