Jury Finds All Defendants In Corruption Trial Not Guilty

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By Lisa Blackwell

After 6 days of deliberation, the jury in the retrial of the statehouse corruption trial deiivered not guilty verdicts on 27 counts for all six of the defendants.

The verdict was announced around 9 a.m. Wednesday.

McGregor; lobbyist Tom Coker; former Country Crossing casino spokesman Jay Walker; Sen. Harri Anne Smith, I-Slocomb; and former state Sens. Larry Means, D-Attalla, and Jim Preuitt, R-Talladega, were on trial accused of offering or accepting bribes in connection with a 2010 gambling bill.





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