Ex-Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos dipped into his campaign account this year to pay for his legal bills as he awaits word of whether his conviction on corruption charges will stand.

Records released on Friday show Skelos spent $50,000 from his account to pay Gage Spencer & Fleming, a white-collar law firm.

Despite not fundraising while he awaits word of his legal status, Skelos still has $843,301 in cash on hand.

Skelos stepped down as majority leader in 2015 after he was accused of using his office to aid the business interests of his son, Adam.

Both were convicted on felony corruption charges, forcing the elder Skelos out of office.

On Thursday, former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s corruption conviction was overturned, buoying the chances that Skelos may see his reversed as well.