Ala. Fights Subpoena Of Ex-Gov. In Gambling Votes Case

Law360, New York (October 25, 2011, 7:45 PM EDT) -- Alabama’s attorney general on Tuesday asked a federal court to block a casino operator accused of conspiring to buy and sell votes related to gambling legislation from calling the state’s governor and other top officials to testify in his looming retrial.

The state said the court should quash Milton McGregor's subpoena of former Gov. Bob Riley and former Department of Public Safety Director Chris Murphy because any relevant information they provide would be protected by law enforcement or executive privileges or could be introduced without their...
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