Country crossing developer Ronnie Gilley wants to get out of jail.
Defense attorneys filed a motion to revoke Gilley's detention order today.
Gilley's bond was revoked last week following a hearing.
A federal judge said he believed Gilley had tried to bribe a witness in the case.
Former lobbyist Jarrod Massey testified that Gilley offered him equity in country crossing.
Massey has already pled guilty to his part in an alleged vote-buying scheme at the Alabama State House and his already serving time in a federal prison.
A ruling on Gilley's motion has not been issued.
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