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Courts Reporter, AL.com — Birmingham News

I'm a 1985 graduate of the University of Alabama. I am married and have a son in college. I am the courts reporter for Alabama Media Group and @aldotcom

$202 million Medicare fraud case starts Aug. 3 DOJ says

al.com — A federal judge in Birmingham has set Aug. 3 as the date to begin the trial of a lawsuit that began when a half dozen employees of AseraCare hospice operations in Alabama, Wisconsin and Georgia filed whistleblower cases. The DOJ in January 2012 decided to intervene in court actions.

Alabama executions: Who's next and when?

al.com — Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has approved the lethal injection drug combination that Alabama and other states use to kill the condemned, when will executions re-start in the state and which death row inmate will be first. The U.S.

US Supreme Court: Alabama, other states can use lethal injection drugs in executions

al.com — Some states, like Alabama, have used a three-drug protocol in lethal injection executions -the first drug being a sedative and the other two to stop breathing and the heart. Some states have used a two-drug combination.The first drug in the combination - the sedative - is at the heart of today's U.S.
Jun 29, 2015

RT @ALcomBirmingham: US Supreme Court: Alabama, other states can use lethal injection drugs in executions: ow.ly/OW4FK

Jefferson County ready to issue same-sex marriage licenses 'as soon as anybody comes'

al.com — Jefferson County's probate offices are ready to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples after Friday's ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court making gay marriage the law of the land nationwide. "We're ready as some as anybody comes," said Probate Judge Sherri Friday. "We're ready to go."
Jun 26, 2015

RT @ALcomBirmingham: Jefferson County ready to issue same-sex marriage licenses 'as soon as anybody comes': ow.ly/OQFhx pic.twitter.com/WlduOwcJ82

Jefferson County probate judge ready to 'immediately' respond when U.S. Supreme Court rules on gay marriage

al.com — Jefferson County Probate Judge Alan King said he and Jefferson County Probate Judge Sherri Friday and deputy probate judge Elizabeth North, who is over the Bessemer division, met Wednesday to discuss how to react to a possible ruling on Thursday. "We wanted to be ready," he said.
Jun 25, 2015

RT @ALcomBirmingham: Jefferson County probate judge: ready to "immediately" respond when U.S. Supreme Court rules on gay marriage. ow.ly/ONrMZ

Trial of 2 former JP Morgan executives in Jefferson County sewer civil fraud case set if mediation fails

al.com — The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 2009 filed a lawsuit against former J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. executives Charles LeCroy and Douglas MacFaddin. The lawsuit claims the two men paid $8.2 million to friends of Jefferson County officials so their company could obtain $5 billion in Jefferson County municipal bond offerings and swap agreement transactions.
Jun 24, 2015

Trial of 2 former JP Morgan executives in Jefferson County sewer civil fraud case set if mediation fails @aldotcom al.com/news/birmingha…

Randy Visser, former Serra Nissan general manager, arraigned

al.com — Randy Visser, the former general manager of Serra Nissan, was arraigned Thursday morning in federal court on a charge of conspiring to defraud Nissan North America through its dealership incentive programs. Visser, 45, of Vestavia Hills, waived the right to have a grand jury review the case for possible indictment during a brief hearing before U.S.

Adams Produce CFO sentenced to home detention in government fraud case

al.com — John Stephen Alexander, who was CFO for Adams Produce from 2007 until the company closed, also was ordered by U.S. District Court Judge Virginia Hopkins to serve five years on supervised probation following his release from home detention. He also will be jointly responsible for paying restitution to the military with other defendants.

Alabama man illegally sold 1,340 grenade fuses to one person

al.com — The owner of a Hayden explosive materials training company pleaded guilty Tuesday to illegally selling 1,340 grenade fuzes to a man in October. The investigation so far has involved Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) agents from at least three states - Alabama, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

Fraud at Serra Nissan: name of salesman who died in exploding car surfaces in allegations, attorney says

al.com — The federal probe into fraud allegations at Serra Nissan has now reached the top strata of the dealership with last week's charge against former general manager Randy Visser. And the U.S. Attorney's office said this week the investigation isn't over.
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Jul 30, 2015

Center Point track coach acquitted of inappropriate touching of female student s.al.com/ijtuAEH via @aldotcom

Jul 30, 2015

Bessemer police used 'excessive force' in shooting mentally ill man, lawsuit claims s.al.com/MY1jXoh via @aldotcom

Jul 29, 2015

Dozen lawyers apply for vacant Jefferson County judgeship s.al.com/aVwWMYQ via @aldotcom

Jul 29, 2015

Man was 'standing his ground' when he stabbed friend to death, lawyer tells jurors s.al.com/8WAhJ2J via @aldotcom

Jul 29, 2015

Birmingham man sentenced in shooting death of officer's father s.al.com/2L4sO1 via @aldotcom

Jul 28, 2015

Man sentenced in $300,000 theft from great aunt in Vestavia Hills s.al.com/MyEyz3O via @aldotcom

Jul 27, 2015

Group seeks to have new Jefferson County sales tax chucked s.al.com/qn1bJKE via @aldotcom

Jul 26, 2015

RT @lisawborden: Not coincidence or DNA. Multiple societal failures “@krfaulk Some relatives followed path to death row s.al.com/og4uKUj via @aldotcom

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