Dept. of Justice issues statement after corruption verdicts - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Dept. of Justice issues statement after corruption verdicts

The U.S. Justice Department issued the following statement regarding the verdicts in the gambling corruption trial that were announced Thursday in Montgomery

"We appreciate the jury's service in this important public corruption trial. Our prosecutors will discuss next steps as we move forward in this matter."

A new trial date for the counts that were declared mistrials will be set at some point in the next month.

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