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Victim Notification

Notice to the victims of
United States v. Holladay, et al.


On Thursday, December 16, 2021, William L. Holladay, III, pleaded guilty to conspiring with others to defraud the Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE) by falsely inflating the number of students enrolled in public virtual schools.

At some upcoming date, Holladay will be sentenced. He faces a maximum five-year prison sentence, as well as substantial monetary penalties. Co-defendant William Richard Carter, Jr. is currently set for trial on February 7, 2022. Co-defendants Gregory Earl Corkren, David Webb Tutt, and Thomas Michael Sisk, previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the government. Gregory Corkren also pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft.

A trial is scheduled before Judge Myron Thompson on September 13, 2021, 10:00 AM at Frank M. Johnson U.S. Courthouse Complex, One Church St., Montgomery, AL for the case which involves defendant(s) William Lee "Trey" Holladay, William Richard "Rick" Carter, Jr., David Webb Tutt, Deborah Irby Holladay, Gregory Earl "Greg" Corkren, Thomas Michael "Tom" Sisk.

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Updated January 24, 2022