As a convenience to our site's visitors, we provide the following links to other prosecution and other law enforcement oriented website. We DO NOT vouch for the accuracy and/or contents of these sites. Please visit them with caution, as a web site's content can change without notice.

  • Alabama Judicial System
    Alabama has three appellate courts: the Supreme Court, the Court of Civil Appeals, and the Court of Criminal Appeals. Appellate courts do not try cases, have juries, witnesses, or court reporters. They review actions or decisions of the trial courts by reviewing the record on questions of law or allegations of procedural error.
  • Alabama Attorney General
    The Attorney General is a constitutional officer whose duties and powers are prescribed in Title 36, Chapter 15, of the Code of Alabama (1975). As the state's attorney, he provides legal representation for the state of Alabama, its officers, departments, and agencies. The Attorney General defends the state in all lawsuits in which the state is named as a defendant. He represents the state in all court proceedings wherein the constitutionality of a state statute is challenged.  In addition to defending the state, the Attorney General may initiate court action, both civil and criminal, to protect the state's interests or to enforce state law. The Attorney General represents the state in all criminal actions in the appellate courts of the State of Alabama and in habeas corpus proceedings in the federal courts. He has the authority to superintend and direct the prosecution of any state criminal case.  The Attorney General issues legal advice through formal or informal written opinions to authorized public officials and agencies.
  • Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles
    Learn about the probation and parole process. Also find a list of scheduled parole hearings.
  • Alabama Crime Victims Compensation Commission
    Alabama's compensation law covers a variety of expenses for which compensation is paid. The Alabama Crime Victims Compensation Commission provides the only substantial financial compensation to victims for expenses for personal injuries including medical, funeral and counseling bills. This assistance lessens the financial burden on innocent victims of violent crime and serves as a vehicle of hope for the rights of crime victims.
  • Alabama Department of Corrections Inmate Search
    View location and scheduled release information about inmates currently incarcerated by the State of Alabama.
  • DHR Child Support Enforcement Division
    The Child Support Enforcement (CSE or IV-D) Program is a joint Federal/State effort to help families establish paternity (when necessary), obtain orders for payment of child support, and secure compliance with child support court orders. One of the goals of the Child Support Enforcement Program is to help families achieve self-sufficiency because the non-payment of child support is a key factor contributing to the impoverishment of children.
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