Alabama Laws

Secure Alabama Weapons or Face Serious Legal Trouble in 2018

Posted in Alabama Laws on December 13, 2018.

In recent weeks, an Alabama man pleaded guilty to a federal weapons charge after his son, a second-grader, took a gun to school and shot himself in the hand. The father, a 41-year-old Huntsville man, made a blind plea and may face up to 10 years in prison. This is partially because the defendant already… read more

Alabama’s New Guns in School Law

Posted in Alabama Laws on June 18, 2018.

School shootings in America have been in the news dozens of times since the beginning of this year alone. Alabama has not managed to escape the headlines. With the local and national death tolls mounting, Alabama lawmakers decided it was time to make a change. Governor Kay Ivey, with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, announced… read more

Alabama Child Car Seat Laws

Posted in Alabama Laws on June 1, 2018.

Car seats are invaluable safety devices. Both state and federal car seat laws exist to prevent injuries to their children and avoid legal penalties. Depending on the age and size of the child, requirements for car seats vary. The Alabama Department of Public Safety enforces the state’s child car seat guidelines: Children under one year… read more