Former Alabama lawmaker Terry Spicer takes job at ABC store after bribery conviction

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Only two months after completing a federal prison sentence, former Alabama lawmaker Terry Spicer has taken a job with the state’s Alabama Beverage Control Board at a local liquor store.

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Terry Spicer works inside the ABC store in east Dothan. afternoon. [Photo via the Dothan Eagle | Danny Tindell]

Now working as a sales clerk, Spicer was convicted in 2011 of taking a ski vacation and cash bribes from a state lobbyist.

Despite his conviction, should the former House Democrat be able to stay gainfully employed for another year and four months with the state, he will be able to draw his $50,000 state pension.