(Source: MGN) The Millbrook Police Department has arrested a man in connection to a home burglary that occurred on Wednesday. Police responded to the 100 block of Meadow Lane on multiple occasions in regards to a suspiciousMore >> The Millbrook Police Department has arrested a man in connection to a home burglary that occurred on Wednesday.More >> UAH shooter Amy Bishop Anderson filed a handwritten appeal challenging her guilty plea in connection to the 2010 campus shootings.More >> UAH shooter Amy Bishop Anderson filed a handwritten appeal challenging her guilty plea in connection to the 2010 campus shootings.More >> A Smiths Station High School teacher has been released from the hospital and is recovering after a devastating train collision on Monday, July 28. More >> A Smiths Station High School teacher has been released from the hospital and is recovering after a devastating train collision on Monday, July 28.
Twisted metal, airbags deployed, and personal items scattered everywhere are all that's left of the SUV that Vivian Martin was driving when she crossed the path of a train running parallel to Lee County Road 430.More >>
Three officials with the West Chilton County Volunteer Fire Department are under arrest and charged in connection to an ongoing investigation into theft of fire department funds. State Fire Marshal EdMore >> Three officials with the West Chilton County Volunteer Fire Department are under arrest and charged in connection to an ongoing investigation into theft of fire department funds.More >> With a new Veterans Affairs secretary in place and an August recess looming, Congress is moving quickly to approve a compromise bill to refurbish the VA and improve veterans' health care.More >> The House overwhelmingly approved a landmark bill Wednesday to help veterans avoid long waits for health care that have plagued the Veterans Affairs Department for years.More >>
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Government attorneys have filed their sentencing memorandum in the corruption case of former Governor Don Siegelman and "The government asserts that Defendant Siegelman is deserving of and should receive a sentence of thirty years for the criminal conduct for which he was convicted..." The former governor had a few questions himself.More >> Attorneys for the government along with their sentencing memoranda filed May 25, 2007 concerning former Gov. Don Siegelman and businessman Richard Scrushy also filed motions with the court outlining why those sentences should fall above the range of the advisory sentencing guidelines.More >>
WSFA EXCLUSIVE -- The meeting with the probation office lasted approximately three hours Monday afternoon and WSFA was the only news organization on hand to talk to the former governor and his attorneys in person immediately following the meeting.More >> In letters made part of the court record Scrushy attorneys outline objections to the draft Presentence Report (PSR) issued in April by the probation officer. After presentation of defense views of the trial testimony, wsfa.com has provided an interspersing of government and Scrushy objections to the draft Presentence Investigation Report.More >> Attorneys for Richard Scrushy say he should not be sentenced to prison and say contributions to former Gov. Siegelman's lottery foundation "were made for legitimate political purposes." They also outline Scrushy's life, philanthropy and good works as reasons he should not serve time following last year's conviction on bribery, conspiracy and mail fraud charges.More >>
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The government has filed its sentencing memorandum with regard to businessman Richard Scrushy outlining the sentence it believes appropriate for Scrushy as a result of his conviction on bribery, conspiracy and mail fraud charges in June 2006.More >> Federal District Judge Myron Thompson recommended in a December opinion that a "complete audit" be conducted by the Amdinistrative Office of Courts in Washington, D.C. on the jury-selection system in the Middle District of Alabama. There will be no audit, the question now is why?More >>