MONTGOMERY, AL (WBRC) - More motions are expected this week from Milton McGregor's attorneys. They have until Wednesday to convince a judge that the biggest name in Alabama's gaming industry should have his case separated from his co-defendants.
The Victoryland Casino owner is one of ten remaining defendants in a federal investigation into bribery in the statehouse.
McGregor, along with lobbyists and lawmakers, is accused of conspiring to pass pro-bingo legislation.
The case is set to go to trial April 4th.
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