BRADENTON, Fla. — Larry Langford, convicted on 60 bond-related corruption felony charges late Wednesday, was removed from office as Birmingham’s mayor.

A jury in Tuscaloosa, Ala., took less than two hours to convict Langford after an eight-day trial stemming from Langford’s tenure as president of the Jefferson County Commission, when $3.2 billion of sewer debt was refinanced. He later became mayor of Birmingham.

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