Constitutional guarantees, such as Miranda Warnings and the Exclusionary Rule are essential rights that a Patriot Lawyer will always protect!
Qualifying domestic relationships can tremendously affect the outcome of a criminal charge of domestic violence in Alabama.
Alabama law prohibits civil suits against persons deemed legally justified in using force or deadly physical force against another person.
The use of deadly force in Alabama is a viable type of self defense if it is legally justified
The government is now in the business of picking winners and losers in the Covid-19 virus scare.
The only person that stands between the power of the government and the accused is the criminal defense lawyer.
Charging money for the right to carry a pistol concealed in Alabama is total and complete bull$%*@!
ALABAMA FELONY AND MISDEMEANOR DRUG CHARGES Alabama laws for the sale or possession of unlawful drugs are extremely rigid. A breach of the law for possessing, transporting, or selling controlled substances can change a person's future. Depending on both the type of specific contraband drugs...
Field sobriety tests are used by law enforcement officers to assist them in determining if a driver is impaired. These tests must be given exactly, but the results are interpreted subjectively. This is the "gray area" where reasonable doubt resides.
Even though Alabama is an "open carry" state, there are important limitations that the law puts on open carry.
Currently in Alabama, there are 5 different kinds of DUI charges. Each type is specific and requires different factors to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt in order to secure a conviction.
A simple overview and explanation of what is "bail" or a "bond" and how it can be made in Alabama.
Municipal, district criminal courts and circuit criminal courts in Alabama are all different from one another in many regards. This blog will present an overview of their differences and similarities.
You have the constitutionally protected right to remain silent and to have a lawyer present during police interviews and interrogations. Never make ANY statements to police without consulting your lawyer or having your lawyer present during police interviews and interrogations.