Several agencies execute search warrant of Stafford & Stafford - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Several agencies execute search warrant of Stafford & Stafford law firm

Murder victim Aliza Sherman Murder victim Aliza Sherman

The Cleveland FBI and BCI confirm that they assisted Cuyahoga County Prosecutors and the Cuyahoga County Sheriff's office with a search of the Stafford & Stafford law firm at 55 Erieview Plaza on April 21.

The target, according to sources, was former Stafford associate Gregory Moore.

CrimeStoppers is offering a $50,000 reward for tips that leads to an arrest and conviction.

Moore was the attorney for Aliza Sherman when she was stabbed 11 times on East 12th Street. She was on her way to see Moore in the law offices.

 

The warrant is still sealed but according to our source was executed in regard to an ongoing case against Moore.

 

In 2012 Moore was accused by county prosecutors of phoning in a bomb threat to the old county courthouse on Lakeside. The building was evacuated but a sweep of the courthouse did not turn up a bomb.

 

Moore pleaded not guilty in the case and is scheduled to go on trial in July.


Aliza Sherman's murder, 13 months ago, is still unsolved.

 

Surveillance video was released in hopes that someone would recognize this person, who is presumed to be the killer.

 

Moore was preparing Eliza Sherman for trial in her divorce case when she was murdered. Her family has continued to publicly push for justice in the case.

 

 

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