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Tommy talks to Ron Krotoszynski, Professor of Law at the University of Alabama School of Law, about where the line between free speech and a threat is.
Tommy talks to Ron Krotosynski, Professor of Law at the University of Alabama , about President Trump's travel ban and whether the courts are politicized.
people who got into the stadium during the overnight hours in January 2017. In November 2016, two 18-year-old University of Alabama students were accused of breaking into the stadium and damaging the large "Eye of the Tiger'' logo at mid
Police say a man was arrested after a hostage situation near the University of Alabama , and all the hostages are reported unharmed. Lt. Teena Richardson, a Tuscaloosa police spokeswoman, said the incident Tuesday
incident is the second time in recent months the stadium was broken into and the turf damaged. In November, two University of Alabama students were arrested after breaking into the stadium and damaging the field's ``Eye of the Tiger'' logo
including one for good conduct. He was listed as a "data network specialist." After the Marines, Long attended the University of Alabama for just the spring 2012 semester, according to university spokesman Chris Bryant. University police had no interaction
and received an honorable discharge. His occupational expertise was listed as "data network specialist." The University of Alabama issued a statement saying Long attended classes for one semester in the spring of 2012. A school spokesman said