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By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—When asked if there would be more indictments, Acting Attorney General W. Van Davis said, “No Comment.” That statement should...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter MONTGOMERY—There is a very real possibility, that former Deputy Attorney General, Henry T. “Sonny” Reagan, will be indicted, due to...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Alabama Republican Party Chairman, Terry Lathan, said the party did the right thing when it audited the books revealing possible...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter Michael G. Hubbard, on Friday, June 10, the thirteenth day of his trial, was found guilty on twelve counts of...
By Susan Britt Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA—Below we have grouped the counts for which the Lee County jury returned guilty and not guilty charges against Michael...
By Brandon Moseley Alabama Political Reporter Late Friday night, June 10, 2016, the Alabama Speaker of the House, State Representative Mike Hubbard (R-Auburn) was guilty of...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA—The State of Alabama v. Michael G. Hubbard, day twelve, marked the beginning of the end for the criminal trial...
By Bill Britt Alabama Political Reporter OPELIKA—In the matter of the State of Alabama v. Michael G. Hubbard, the defendant, during testimony on day eleven, sought...
By Bill Britt Alabama Politcal Reporter OPELIKA—In what one veteran attorney called a desperate move, Michael G. Hubbard took the stand in his own defense today,...
By Beth Clayton Last week, I sat in on part of the Mike Hubbard criminal trial and listened to witnesses gush about what a great friend...