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Birmingham Criminal News: Defense in Homicide Case Claims Fatal Shooting Death of Policeman was Alcohol-related

Posted in Alabama Death Penalty, Alabama Manslaughter Law, Alabama Violent Crimes
As an Birmingham criminal defense attorney, I have the experience to aggressively defend individuals accused of various crimes ranging from petty theft to grand larceny and domestic violence to murder in the first degree. The innocence of defendants in a criminal trial is assumed until a conviction by a jury of their peers. No matter … Continue Reading

Alabama DUI & Criminal Defense Law – Courts

Posted in Alabama Criminal Appeals, Alabama Criminal Law, Alabama Criminal Law News, Alabama Criminal Procedure, Alabama Death Penalty, Alabama Drug Laws, Alabama DUI, Alabama Manslaughter Law, Alabama Municipal Courts, Alabama Murder Laws, Alabama Theft Crimes, Alabama Violent Crimes, Birmingham DUI, Celebrity Criminal News, DUI & Criminal News, FAQ, Federal Criminal Appeals, Innocence Project, Possession of Controlled Substance, Possession of Marijuana, Record Expungements, Speeding/Traffic Tickets, Testimonials, War On Drugs, White Collar Crime, Your Rights
I practice Alabama criminal and DUI defense in the following counties and municipalities:  In the Birmingham, Alabama Metro area the lawyers and attorneys of Eversole Law routinely defend Alabama criminal and DUI cases in the following courts: Jefferson County Circuit Court, Jefferson County District Court, Adamsville Municipal Court, Argo Municipal Court, Birmingham Municipal Court, Bessemer … Continue Reading

Alabama Violent Crimes – Manslaughter

Posted in Alabama Manslaughter Law, Alabama Violent Crimes
The traditional example of what constitutes Alabama Manslaughter is an intentionally killing committed during the "heat of passion."  A killing that would normally be Murder is reduced to Manslaughter because of a legal provocation.  For instance, catching your spouse in bed with another person is legal provocation to kill your cheating spouse and his/her lover, if … Continue Reading
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