A bill by Rep. Jim Hill, R-Odenville, would require each judicial circuit to establish a community punishment and corrections program in at least one county in the circuit.
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Authorities in Calhoun County expect the new year of 1996 to bring a new way of keeping up with paroled offenders – through electronic monitoring.
The Dannon Project is a Birmingham-based nonprofit that helps nonviolent offenders leaving jail and prison reintegrate with society. The group awarded certificates to 15 new graduates in Hobson City on Friday.
Court-ordered chemical castration of child molesters as a condition of their parole will soon be required in Alabama, after Gov. Kay Ivey signed a bill into law Monday night. Exactly how the treatments will be administered is still being determined.
Specifically, the release says, $61,656 will go toward making sure the “Twenty-Ninth Judicial Circuit Domestic Violence Crime Unit will continue serving victims in Talladega County and prosecuting the offenders.”
A 37-year-old man reported a kidnapping and robbery on Thanksgiving Day at an Anniston home, according to a police report.
On Wednesday, a dozen or so officials of numerous agencies and governmental bodies from across Calhoun County came together to discuss what to…
WASHINGTON -- An administration not known for policy creativity is unlikely to have useful internal policy debates. But in the Trump administr…
A new state law requires those convicted of DUI to have a certified installer like Dylan Roszell place an ignition interlock system in their vehicle if they wish to prevent a 90-day suspension of their driver’s license.