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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -
Victoryland owner Milton McGregor will again face a federal court judge.
This time, on allegations he and the sheriff of Macon County conspired to keep another electronic bingo facility from opening near Victoryland.
It has been six years since 17 Macon County charities filed a federal lawsuit--claiming Macon County Sheriff David Warren tried to keep them from getting bingo licenses for a new casino called Lucky Palace.
The suit alleges Warren treated the charities differently than the ones licensed for Victoryland and would routinely change the county's charitable bingo rules to make it harder for them to get licenses.
They also allege Victoryland owner Milton McGregor was in on it.
McGregor's attorney says a judge has already ruled that the regulations enacted by the sheriff were fair and threw out that part of the lawsuit.
Still, the charities and Lucky Palace investors continue to claim they were improperly denied licenses and that McGregor helped keep them from getting licenses to open a new casino.
Milton McGregor refused to comment except to say the allegations are false.
Sheriff Warren says anyone who follows the rules laid out in Macon County's constitutional amendment would get a bingo license.
When asked which version of the amendment he was referring to, he wouldn't say.
The plaintiffs attorneys say they are seeking monetary damages against Mr. McGregor.
They're also asking sheriff Warren to draft what they call fair regulations to allow another gaming facility in Macon County.
McGregor's attorney believes sheriff Warren did properly enforce the regulations and that the court will agree.
Jury selection for the case starts Monday at the federal courthouse.