Alabama Attorney General's Office

  • Agency: Alabama Attorney General's Office
  • Address: 501 Washington Ave, Montgomery, 36130 AL
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Phone: 334-242-7300
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Alabama Attorney General's Office is located at 501 Washington Ave, Montgomery, 36130 AL. The Alabama Attorney General's Office phone number is 334-242-7300.

Alabama Attorney General's Office News

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall on Thursday said the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld 35-year-old Latasha Nicole Smith's conviction. The Columbiana woman was convicted in Shelby County in April 2018 of the death of 40-year-old Keith Fulgham.

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Court of Criminal Appeals Upholds Shelby County Murder Conviction https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Shelby%209-2018.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall was in Mobile, Alabama yesterday at the ribbon-cutting for a new addiction-treatment facility that will help in the fight to end the #OpioidCrisis. Watch the WKRG story ⬇️

Pleased to attend the grand opening of Pathway Healthcare in Mobile on Monday, a facilty dedicated to treating and healing those suffering from opioid and other drug addictions. Pathway also has centers in Birmingham, Hamilton, Madison and Robertsdale.

Remembering September 11, 2001. A time of reflection and a time to pray for the victims of the terror attacks as well as the first responders and the public who gave their lives in service to their fellow man in New York City, Washington, DC and Shanksville, Pennsylvania, 17 years ago today.

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Court of Criminal Appeals Upholds Sumter County Capital Murder Conviction https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Sumter%209-2018.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Sentencing of Former Health Department Employee to Suspended Ten Year Sentence for Felony Ethics Violation https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Givner%20sentencing.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Cessation of Illegal Gambling in Houston County https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/HEDA%20Agreement.pdf

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced Wednesday that the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed the capital murder conviction of Stevin Ra Dunning and the murder conviction of Tarus Hawkins.

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Court of Criminal Appeals Upholds Capital Murder and Murder Convictions in Two Jefferson County Cases https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Jefferson%209-2018.pdf

A Hurricane Warning is in effect for coastal Mobile and Baldwin counties, a Flash Flood Watch is in effect for southwest Alabama this afternoon into Wednesday night and Tornado Watches are possible later today into tonight. Alabama Emergency Management Agency

With US Senate confirmation hearings beginning today, Alabama has much to gain if Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed as US Supreme Court justice. Read my op-ed: https://www.montgomeryadvertiser.com/story/opinion/2018/08/31/alabama-has-much-gain-if-kavanaugh-confirmed-supreme-court-justice/1143721002/

Alabama, unfortunately, ranks high in fatal traffic accidents, and many are due to distracted driving. A reminder to drive safely this holiday weekend and every time you are on the road. Be alert, be safe!

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Supreme Court Reverses Decisions that Dismissed Indictment of Former State Trooper; George Martin to be Retried for 1995 Capital Murder of Wife in Mobile County https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/George%20Martin%208-2018.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Indictment of Chambers County Woman for Six Counts of Attempted Extortion of Former District Judge https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Dorothy%20Sledge%20indictment%208-2018.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Court of Criminal Appeals Upholds Tuscaloosa County Murder Conviction https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Tuscaloosa%208-2018.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Court of Criminal Appeals Upholds Shelby County Murder Conviction https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Shelby%208-2018.pdf

Attorney General Marshall: “In this case, the law enforcement community of Clanton and Chilton County came together and stood shoulder to shoulder with us to bring justice to their people, restore some of their faith in law enforcement and hold Brian Stilwell to account for his crimes. I am proud of the outstanding work by my Criminal Trials Division and everyone who assisted to bring this case to a successful conclusion.” https://www.clantonadvertiser.com/2018/08/28/former-clanton-police-chief-sentenced-to-10-years/

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Prison Sentence for Former Clanton Police Chief Brian Stilwell for Ethics Violation, Fraudulent Use of Credit Card https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/stilwell%20sentencing%208-2018.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Indictments of Two Monroeville Men on Multiple Drug Charges https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Jordan%20and%20Salter%20indictments%208-2018.pdf

Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Indictment of Former Troy Counselor on Charges of Medicaid Fraud, Theft https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/Bradford-Porterfield%20indictment%20MF%208-2018.pdf

I'm sad to say goodbye to Chief Chris Carden, Alabama Attorney General's office Law Enforcement Coordinator, who retires today after 25 years’ service. Chris began his career in Sylacauga in 1993, rising to the rank of chief of police in the Marble City before coming to Montgomery to work in the Attorney General's office in 2015. He has performed his duties in service to the State in a most professional manner, and I join everyone in the Attorney General's office in wishing Chris and Amy all the best!

(Attorney General Steve) Marshall, as part of a bipartisan group of 52 state and territory attorneys general, called on Congress on Thursday to help end the opioid epidemic and close a loophole that allows those who traffic deadly fentanyl to stay a step ahead of law enforcement by developing new drug analogues that are somewhat different in composition.

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced he was “disappointed” and “carefully considering” an appeal to the United States Supreme Court after a federal court on Wednesday struck down Alabama’s law that bans the most frequently used second-trimester abortion procedure.

Attorney General Steve Marshall Urges Congress to Support Legislation to Close Deadly Fentanyl Legal Loophole https://ago.alabama.gov/documents/news/AG%20Marshall%20Fentanyl%20Letter.pdf