UPDATE: Former Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard was sentenced Friday to serve 4 years in prison, 8 to 16 years on probation, and a $210,000 in fines for ethics violations.
Here is a full breakdown of the sentencing:
First sentence involving APCI for Count 5. 10 years- split to serve 2 years and probation would be 8 years. $30 k
Bail Bond Fee $350 dollars, court costs- $500 for Victim’s Compensation Fund
Count 6 – 10 year sentence split to 2-8 years probation 30 k
Count 10 Edgenuity 6 years split to serve 18 months runs concurrently- fine $20 k
Count 11 – Use of official position for personal gain Robert Abroms-doing business as CV Holdings
2 year sentence- split to serve two years- runs consecutive with APCI. $30,000 fine
Count 12 – 10 years split to serve two years runs concurrently with the other from capitol cups. Fine $20 k
Count 13 – 10 years to serve 2 years runs concurrently fine $30,000 court costs VCPF assessment $500
Count 14 – 10 split to serve 2 years 8 years probation plus $30 k fine
Count 16 – 5 years – 18 months in jail- 3 and a half years on probation runs concurrently-
Count 17 that involves Holbrooke and Sternes Agee- 10 Years Split to serve 2 runs concurrently, 8 years probation fine $20 k
Count 18 (jimmy rane count) 5 years split to serve 18 months- no fine. Court costs and $100 victim’s compensation fund assessment
Count 19 (Robert Burton)- 5 years split to serve 18 months, probation- no fine + Court costs and $100 victim’s compensation fund assessment
Count 23 (Will Brooke again) 5 years split to serve 18 and 36 months of probation- runs concurrently no fine + Court costs and $100 victim’s compensation fund assessment
OPLEIKA, Ala. (AP) – A judge will decide whether former Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard, once one of the state’s most powerful politicians, will go to prison and if so, for how long.
Hubbard is due in court Friday morning for sentencing on 12 counts of violating the state ethics law.
A jury convicted Hubbard on charges that he used his office to make money and improperly solicited lobbyists and company executives for investments and jobs.
Prosecutors want Hubbard to spend five years in a state prison and another 13 years on supervised release.
Hubbard defense lawyer Bill Baxley called the suggested sentence “ridiculously extreme.” Prosecutors argued in their sentence request that Hubbard betrayed the trust of voters and fellow lawmakers.
Prosecutors also want Hubbard to pay $1.6 million in fines and restitution.