MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Chief Justice Roy Moore's ethics trial begins today. The Alabama Court of the Judiciary will hear testimony surrounding allegations that Moore misused his office by trying to block gay couples from marrying in the state.
WSFA 12 News Reporter Bethany Davis is live in the newsroom where she has the details of what we can expect, including if there could be a ruling as early as today. Also, she'll explain what this could mean for Moore if he is found guilty.
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These stories and more coming up in the 6 a.m. hour of Today in Alabama.