Friday, October 30, 2020

Alabama bribery trial will be a spectator sport

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Activists disturbed by pollution in North Birmingham gathered Monday for jury selection in the trial of two lawyers and an executive charged with bribing a former state legislator. This is an opinion column. Judge Abdul Kallon said it before the potential jurors even walked into his federal courtroom. He […]

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