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Alabama Legislature and Appellate Courts

Collected by: Alabama State Archives

Archived since: Mar, 2010

Description:

This collection has information about the Alabama Legislature and Alabama Court System, including the Alabama Supreme Court, Alabama Court of Civil Appeals and Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals

Subject:   Alabama - Politics and government Legislative bodies - Alabama Appellate courts - Alabama

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Title: Alabama Legislature Website

URL: http://www.legislature.state.al.us

Description: This website covers the Alabama Legislature

Captured 6 times between Mar 16, 2010 and Sep 11, 2012

Videos: 10 Videos Captured

Subject:   Alabama - Politics and government Legislative bodies - Alabama

Title: Alabama Judicial Inquiry Commission Website

URL: http://www.alalinc.net/jic/

Description: The Alabama Constitution establishes the Judicial Inquiry Commission to consider, investigate and prosecute complaints of ethical misconduct and disability involving Alabama judges. Like the judicial conduct organizations in every other state, the Commission's purpose is to ensure observance of the high standards of conduct that have been set for judges, both on and off the bench. The Commission prosecutes charges in the Court of the Judiciary when it finds reasonable basis to do so after investigation. The Commission also provides advisory opinions to judges as to whether contemplated conduct might constitute a violation of the Alabama Canons of Judicial Ethics.

Captured 2 times between Aug 08, 2011 and May 23, 2012

Subject:   Legal ethics - Alabama Courts - Alabama

Title: Alabama's Legal Information Network Website

URL: http://www.alalinc.net/

Description: This website is about the Alabama legal system

Captured 5 times between Mar 16, 2010 and May 23, 2012

Subject:   Appellate courts - Alabama

Title: Alabama Sentencing Commission Website

URL: http://sentencingcommission.alacourt.gov/

Description: Pursuant to the Judicial Study Commission’s recommendations, the Alabama Legislature passed Act 2000-596, effective May 17, 2000, creating a permanent Sentencing Commission as a separate state agency under the Alabama Supreme Court. The enabling legislation for the Alabama Sentencing Commission enumerates the Commission’s responsibilities to: (1) “serve as a clearinghouse for the collection, preparation, and dissemination of information on sentencing practices;” (2) “make recommendations to the Governor, Legislature, Attorney General, and Judicial Study Commission concerning the enactment of laws relating to criminal offenses, sentencing, and correctional and probation matters,” and (3) “review the overcrowding problem in county jails, with particular emphasis on funding for the county jails and the proper removal of state prisoners from county jails pursuant to state law and state and federal court orders, and to make recommendations for resolution of these issues to the Governor, Legislature, Attorney General, and the Judicial System Study Commission

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Subject:   Sentences (Criminal procedure) - Alabama Jails - Overcrowding - Alabama Judges - Alabama

Title: 2009 STATE OF THE JUDICIARY ADDRESS

URL: http://judicial.alabama.gov/docs/2010_StateOfTheJudiciary.pdf

Description: State of the Judiciary by Chief Justce Sue Bell Cobb

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Title: Alabama Judicial System Website

URL: http://judicial.alabama.gov

Description: This website covers the Alabama Judicial System

Captured 10 times between Mar 16, 2010 and Sep 11, 2012

Subject:   Alabama Court of Civil Appeals Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals Appellate courts - Alabama Alabama Administrative Office of Courts

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