Convicted Speaker

In a Friday court filing former Alabama Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard apologized for his ethics conviction that he said hurt the state and his family as his attorney filed a request for his early release after serving one year of a 28-month sentence. (Albert Cesare/The Montgomery Advertiser via AP, Pool)

MONTGOMERY — Former House Speaker Mike Hubbard in a Friday court filing apologized for his ethics conviction that he said hurt the state and his family as his attorney filed a request for his early release after serving one year of a 28-month sentence.

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