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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 Post-Conviction DNA Testing In Death Penalty Cases

Posted in Alabama Criminal Law, Alabama Criminal Law News, Alabama Death Penalty, Innocence Project
As a Birmingham, Alabama DUI and Criminal Defense lawyer and attorney, I strongly condemn the death penalty.   Alabama is set to execute Thomas Arthur on September 26, 2007.  Although the death penalty is horrific and should not be endorsed by an advanced intellectual society, it is worse in the backward state of Alabama.  Mr. Arthur contends … Continue Reading

Alabama Death Penalty

Posted in Alabama Death Penalty, Innocence Project
The Alabama Death Penalty should be abolished.  With all the overwhelming statistics out there of the unfairness of the process, DNA samples exonerating defendants who have been in jail for years, innocent men having been executed, the simple fact that African Americans are much more likely to be sentenced to death, etc. etc. I did … Continue Reading
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