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Ex parte Dr. Katherine Crafton, D.C. and Crafton Chiropractic, Inc., (In re: Doug Johnson v. Dr. Katherine Crafton, D.C., et al., Mobile Circuit Court: CV-19-900178), [Ms. 1190584, June 11, 2020] __ So. 3d __ (Ala. 2020). In a Cunningham Bounds case, the Supreme Court denies a petition for a writ of mandamus filed by Defendants Dr. Katherine Crafton and Crafton Chiropractic, Inc. The mandamus petition sought an order directing the Mobile Circuit Court to vacate orders compelling discovery of information which Defendants contended was exempt from discovery by the Alabama Medical Liability Act (“AMLA”). The circuit court had ruled that the AMLA did not apply.