The conviction of former Alabama Gov. Don Siegelman on bribery and corruption charges has revealed varying opinions on the case that have pointed out political motivation, lack of evidence and other abnormalities in the case.
VOR host Carmen Russell-Sluchansky spoke with former Gov. Don Siegelman, who was on his way to turn himself into prison, about his case.
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To discuss the legal implications of this case, VOR spoke with Bennett Garshman, a professor of law at Pace Law School.
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Finally, VOR rounded out the discussion by hearing opposing views on the case by Scott Horton, a journalist who covered the Siegelman case for Harper’s Magazine, and Eddie Curran, a reporter for the Mobile Register who also covered the case.
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