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Lawyer Acquittied of Harrassing Neighbors, Guilty of Hacking Neighbor's Email
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A Daphne lawyer acquitted at least twice of charges that he harassed his neighbors has pleaded guilty in federal court to tapping into one of their e-mail accounts, said David York, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Alabama.

Thomas Fouts, 55, pleaded guilty last month to a computer fraud charge, York said in a statement.

"Mr. Fouts admitted in open court that he accessed the e-mail account of a neighbor without authorization," York said.

According to court records, Fouts tapped into the e-mail of neighbor Annette Lay four times from Aug. 3 through 8, 2002.

During that time, Fouts was fighting charges of third-degree criminal mischief and reckless endangerment filed by neighbor Paul Soutullo in Daphne Municipal Court. Fouts had appealed the case to Baldwin County Circuit Court and was acquitted by a jury on Aug. 12, 2002.





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