Sunday, November 1, 2020

Jury selection underway in Drummond, Balch & Bingham bribery trial

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Jury selection is underway in the bribery trial of a Drummond Company executive and two Balch & Bingham lawyers. Balch & Bingham attorneys Joel Iverson Gilbert and Steven George McKinney, and Drummond vice president David Lynn Roberson, face six federal charges alleging they bribed former Alabama state Rep. Oliver […]

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