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I prefer not to answer questions about the death penalty, that is an area that is very debatable and far too varied. I prefer questions based on Alabama Law since laws vary from state to state. As for penalties about pending cases anyone can look those up on a search of the state code and courts vary from one to the other so penalties can also.
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Most law enforcement officers do not take domestic violence seriously. Ohio law is different than Alabama. We actually have a provision written in the state code that tells officers what they MUST do when
well, did he hit him is the first question
OK, has she ever been offered court ordered rehab? Did she now or ever have a prescription for the pills she had? How old is she now? Were the offenses before given youthful offender status? Has she ever
I need a little more information in order to help you but I will be glad to. How old is your mom and has she ever been in any trouble before? Exactly what is she being charged with? I would really rather
Yes, currently laws in Alabama for that type of situation would fall under Domestic violence. If you kick, push, shove, harass, annoy, alarm or subject a person to physical contact that is harassment.
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