An Alabama State court denied Alabama One's request to temporarily restrain the Alabama Credit Union Administration from enforcing its April 2 cease and desist order, according to legal sources and Alabama One members in the Tuscaloosa, Ala., courtroom May 14.

Tuscaloosa Circuit Court Justice John England ruled on the motion for the order.

One legal expert who asked to not be identified recounted how Alabama One's chief outside counsel, Victor Hayslip of the Birmingham Ala., law firm of Burr & Forman, complained that he couldn't understand why the court couldn't grant the cooperative the injunction it sought, asking what the ACUA feared in a TRO.

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