The three men indicted in a Jefferson County sewer bond pay-to-play criminal case are seeking a second delay in their trial date because the case is complex and they haven’t had time to sift through all the discovery evidence, they said in a joint motion last week.

Trial currently is set for Aug. 31 for former county commissioner Larry Langford, now mayor of Birmingham, who was named last December in a 101-count federal indictment on charges that include conspiracy, bribery, and fraud along with Montgomery bond dealer William Blount and lobbyist Albert LaPierre, a friend of Langford and Blount.

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