Victoryland en Old Gambling Case Leads to Alabama Casino Raid <p>The state attorney general's office used a century-old gambling case to get a rare, but not unprecedented, search warrant to raid VictoryLand casino in Shorter.</p><div><p>Macon County Circuit Judge Tom Young initially refused to give the attorney general a search warrant. Attorney General Luther Strange appealed to the Alabama Supreme Court. He cited an 1899 case where a justice of the peace denied an arrest warrant based on an incorrect interpretation of the law, and the Supreme Court ordered it issued.</p> Sun, 24 Feb 2013 14:18:47 +0000 The Associated Press 25533 at Old Gambling Case Leads to Alabama Casino Raid Sheriff dropped from $64 million Ala. casino case <p><b><font face="Arial">Attorneys say a $64 million court judgment against VictoryLand casino in Macon County and its owner, Milton McGregor, won&#39;t be affected by the Macon County sheriff being dropped from the litigation.</font></b></p> Tue, 26 Jun 2012 21:58:45 +0000 Ryan Vasquez 13663 at