A count by count breakdown of Mike Hubbard’s sentencing

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Former Alabama House Speaker Mike Hubbard was sentenced to serve 4 years in jail and 8 years probation by Lee County Circuit Judge Jacob Walker. He also is fined approximately $210,000.

Hubbard was convicted on 12 of 23 felony ethics charges on June 10 after being indicted in October 2014. Each count carried a maximum two- to 20-year sentence and a $30,000 fine.

Here is a full breakdown of his sentencing:

  1. Count 5: 10 years. Split to serve two years and the remaining eight on probation. $30k fine.
  2. Count 6: 10 years. Split to serve two concurrently and the remaining eight on probation. $30k fine.
  3. Count 10: 6 years. Split to serve 18 months running concurrently with the other charges. $20k fine.
  4. Count 11: 10 years. Split to serve two years consecutive.
  5. Count 12: 10 years. Split to serve two running concurrently with the other charges. $20k fine.
  6. Count 13: 10 years. Serve two running concurrently with the other charges.$30k fine.
  7. Count 14: 10 years. Split to serve two running concurrently with the other charges. $30k fine.
  8. Count 16: 5 years. 18 months running concurrently with the other charges. No fine.
  9. Count 17: 10 years. Split to serve two running concurrently with the other charges. No fine.
  10. Count 18: 5 years. Split to serve 18 months running concurrently with the other charges. No fine.
  11. Count 19: 5 years. Split to serve 18 months running concurrently with the other charges. No fine.
  12. Count 23: 5 years. Serve 18 months running concurrently with the other charges. No fine.

Prosecutors had asked that Hubbard be required to pay more than $1.1 million in restitution, the maximum fine of $360,000, the maximum amount to the Crime Victims Compensation fund of $120,000 and other court fees.

Hubbard continues to maintain his innocence and he will attempt to appeal his convictions, his attorney Bill Baxley said.

As set by Judge Walker, Hubbard has 42 days to file a notice to appeal.

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