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Local man found guilty of manslaughter in 2017 shooting


Woman sentenced to prison for killing son


Judges highlight importance of justice access after hurricanes


Jury selection started Monday for murder trial of Adeviante Russ


Man sentenced for murder of girlfriend in Washington County


Man sentenced to nearly 15 years for DUI manslaughter, additional charges


12 Jackson and Gadsden County residents facing federal drug trafficking charges


Convicted killer of Allen Johnson now faces possibility of a death sentence


Derrick Thompson found guilty of murder


Jury trial starts for the alleged killer of local businessman Allen Johnson in 2014


State seeking death penalty for man accused of stabbing toddler


Alabama man found guilty of DUI manslaughter in 2017 motorcycle crash


Man convicted of raping teenager sentenced to life in prison


Man convicted of molesting child sentenced to prison, then probation


Man who sexually battered child sentenced to life in prison


Walton County man sentenced to 10 years in prison, probation for molestation charges


Walton County man to spend 25 years in prison for lewd and lascivious molestation


Former superintendent lawyers say she is "entitled to reinstatement"


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