A small town Alabama mayor who drew national attention for his strange references to voodoo and pardons of drunken drivers is out of office after being convicted at an impeachment trial.

H.T. Mathis, 85, who was nearing the end of his four-year term as mayor of Florala, was found guilty Wednesday by a Covington County Circuit Court jury of willful neglect of duty, corruption, incompetence and crimes of moral turpitude.Siegelman brought the charges against Mathis because the mayor had pardoned more than 100 traffic offenders, including 27 drunken drivers, in Florala, a town of 2,100 people near the Alabama-Florida border.