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Ala. Fed Prosecutors to Get 2nd Bite Out of Apple in Corruption Case

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

The feds in Alabama will get a second bite out of the apple after their high-profile gambling corruption case imploded last week.

U.S. District Judge Myron Thompson set a retrial date of Oct. 3. However, he has not yet decided whether there will be more than one trial, the Associated Press reported.

A jury voted to acquit on 91 charges and deadlocked on 33 others. None of the nine defendants were convicted, and two were completely acquitted.

The nine defendants were accused of buying and selling votes on legislation that would legalize electronic bingo games in the state, AP reported.

AP reported that the Justice Department has asked the judge to split the seven remaining defendants into three groups for retrial. The defense attorneys want one combined trial.  The judge plans to address the issue on Wednesday.


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