Chris England

Updated: August 07, 2022 at 12:14 PM CST

General Information

Who is Chris England?
Chris England

Representative Christopher J. England was born and raised in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He received his B.A. in English and B.A. in Political Science from Howard University in 1999. He then graduated with a Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law in 2002. After graduating from Law School, he went to work for the Tuscaloosa County District Attorney’s office as an Assistant District Attorney. In 2004, he left the District Attorney’s Office to begin working in the Office of the City Attorney for the City of Tuscaloosa where he currently serves as an Associate City Attorney.

Representative Christopher J. England was first elected to the Alabama House of Representatives in November of 2006 at the age of 29. He is serving his fourth term and currently serves on the House Judiciary, Insurance, and Public Safety and Homeland Security Committees in the Alabama Legislature. He serves as the Caucus Chair of the Alabama House Democratic Caucus. He is also the current Vice President of the Alabama Law Institute. His other Legislative committees and appointments include Vice Chair of the Tuscaloosa County Legislative Delegation, member of the Governor’s Study Group on Criminal Justice Policy, member of the Energy Council, member of the Contract Review Permanent Legislative Oversight Committee, member of the Joint Legislative Prison Committee, and a member of the Permanent Legislative Committee on Reapportionment.

On November 2nd, 2019, Representative England was elected to serve as the Chair of the Alabama Democratic Party becoming the first African American to hold the position in Alabama history.

Locally, Representative England serves on the Tuscaloosa Road Improvement Commission. He serves as the co-chair for the Elevate Tuscaloosa Advisory, is a member of the Police Athletic League and serves on the Tuscaloosa Safe Center Board of Directors.

He is married to Shea and they have three beautiful children; Kennedi, Autumn and CJ.

Status: Alabama State Representative for District 70
Party: Democrat
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Birthday: August 19, 1976 46

Contact Information

Known contact information for Chris England from Tuscaloosa, AL.

  • 11 South Union Street, Suite 539-B
    Montgomery, AL 36130-2950
  • Phone: 334-261-0503
  • Official Email: [email protected]

Education Information

Known educational history for Chris England from Tuscaloosa, AL.

  • JD, University of Alabama, 1999-2002
  • BA, Political Science/English, Howard University, 1999

Political Information

Known political history for Chris England from Tuscaloosa, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 70, 2022
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 70, 2006-present

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Chris England from Tuscaloosa, AL.

  • Former Member, Joint Legislative Committee on Homeland Security Oversight, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Vice Chair, Tuscaloosa County Legislation Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Chris England from Tuscaloosa, AL.

  • Member, Bailey Tabernacle CME Church, Tuscaloosa, present
  • Member, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, present
  • Member, Board of Directors, PRIDE, present
  • Member, Board of Directors, Police Athletic League, present

Election History

Chris England from Tuscaloosa, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

View legislative bills that Chris England has sponsored.

HB425
Hardship driver license, to further provided for the eligibility of hardship driver licenses, Sec. 32-6-12.1 am'd.
HB157
Courts, Alabama Court Cost Commission, established, const. amend.
HB61
State holidays, removing Confederate Memorial Day and adding Election Day as a state holiday, list of state holidays revised, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
HB60
State holidays, to remove Robert E. Lee's birthday, list of state holidays revised, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
HB59
State holidays, adding Juneteenth as a state holiday, list of state holidays revised, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
HB58
State holidays, removing Jefferson Davis' birthday and adding State Employee Appreciation Day as a state holiday, list of state holidays revised, Sec. 1-3-8 am'd.
HB57
Pardons and Parole Board, to create the Criminal Justice Policy Development Council, to specify membership of the council, to specify the duties of the council, require the board use parole release guidelines, parole proceedings revised, Sec. 15-22-26 am'd.
HB56
Sentencing, to revise sentencing standards in certain circumstances, to repeal habitual felony offender act, to provide for resentencing for defendants whose sentences were based on the habitual felony offender act, Sec. 13A-5-14 added; Secs. 13A-5-9, 13A-5-10 repealed; Secs. 13A-5-6, 13A-5-13, 13A-11-241, 13A-12-231, 13A-12-233, 14-9-44, 32-5A-154, 32-5A-191 am'd.

HB584
Judicial compensation, to establish a uniform pay plan for circuit judges, district judges, appellate court judges, supreme court justices, and the chief justice of the supreme court, eliminate salary supplements and expense allowance, Sec. 12-17-68 repealed; Secs. 12-17-182, 36-15-3 am'd.
HB581
Medical parole, to further provide for medical parole in certain circumstances, Secs. 15-22-42, 15-22-43 am'd.
HB580
Parole, to further provide for parole consideration, Secs. 15-22-26, 15-22-28 am'd.
HB579
Parole, to revise the criteria for parole consideration, Secs. 15-22-24, 15-22-26, 15-22-37 am'd.
HB545
Tuscaloosa Co., duties and operation of Tuscaloosa Co. Road Improvement Commission, further provided for, Act No. 56, 1953 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB499
Courts, Alabama Court Cost Commission, established, const. amend.
HB494
Contracts, creation and enforcement of non-disparagement agreements, provided
HB466
Bail Bond Regulatory Act, qualifications of Professional Bail Bonding Board and fees revised, temporary licenses provided, Secs. 15-13-201, 15-13-202, 15-13-203, 15-13-206, 15-13-207, 15-13-209, 15-13-210, 15-13-211, 15-13-214, 15-13-217 am'd.
HB463
Joint road improvement authorities, provide for method of incorporation, powers, duties, provide for reincorporation of certain existing road improvement commissions
HB436
Jurors, to receive state mileage rate for court attendance, Sec. 12-19-210 am'd.
HB433
Voter registration, authorize registration same day as election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB432
Medicaid, expand program to provide assistane to state residents, provide appropriations for adequate funding
HB421
Pardons and paroles, posthumous pardons, to further provide for who may be pardoned after death, Sec. 15-22-113 am'd.
HB397
Election ballots, straight political party ballots prohibited, constitutional amendment ballot measure, contents may not mislead description of, Secs. 17-6-36, 17-6-37. 17-6-38, 17-6-39 repealed; Secs. 17-6-35, 17-6-41, 17-7-21 am'd.
HB361
Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.
HB226
Expungement, to expand the expungement of criminal records to include convictions of certain misdemeanor offenses, traffic violations, municipal ordinances, and felony offenses, to increase the filing fee for expungements, Secs. 15-27-1, 15-27-2, 15-27-4, 15-27-5, 15-27-7 to 15-27-10, inclusive, 15-27-19 am'd.
HB107
Sentencing, to revise sentencing standards in certain circumstances, to repeal habitual felony offender act, to provide for resentencing for defendants whose sentences were based on the habitual felony offender act, Sec. 13A-5-14 added; Secs. 13A-5-9, 13A-5-10 repealed; Secs. 13A-5-6, 13A-5-13, 13A-11-241, 13A-12-231, 13A-12-233, 14-9-44, 32-5A-154, 32-5A-191 am'd.
HB106
Corrections Dept., require the dept. to make quarterly reports to the Joint Legislative Prison Oversight Committee and to provide for the reporting requirements, revise the correctional officers oath of office, Sec. 14-1-21 added; Sec. 14-3-13 am'd.
HB85
Insurance premium tax credits, to expand the Alabama Insurance Offices Facilities Credit for certain activities, to expand who can be an affiliate, Sec. 27-4A-3 am'd.

HB360
Criminal procedure, expungement, procedure authorized for individuals convicted of nonviolent offense who are later pardoned, Secs. 15-27-1, 15-27-2 am'd.
HB359
Sentencing, to require a unanimous vote by jurors to recommend a sentence of death in capital murder cases, Sec. 13A-5-46 am'd.
HB324
Bail Bond Regulatory Act, qualifications of Professional Bail Bonding Board and fees revised, temporary licenses provided, Secs. 15-13-201, 15-13-202, 15-13-203, 15-13-206, 15-13-207, 15-13-210, 15-13-211, 15-13-214, 15-13-217 am'd.
HB323
Corrections Dept., require the dept. to make quarterly reports to the Joint Legislative Prison Oversight Committee and to provide for the reporting requirements, revise the correctional officers oath of office, Sec. 14-1-21 added; Sec. 14-3-13 am'd.
HB 206
Contracts, creation and enforcement of non-disparagement agreements

HB 591
Class 4 municipality, sales and use tax, mun. authorized to reduce or eliminate its sales and use tax
HB 565
Bail bonds, Alabama Bail Bond Regulatory Act, regulation of further provided for, Professional Bail Bonding Board created, licensure of bondsmen and recovery agents, continuing education,
HB 554
Joint Legislative Prison Oversight Committee, add members to the committee, make technical changes, Sec. 29-2-20 am'd.
HB 496
Sexual offenses, redefined certain sexual offenses, sex offender registration, community notification act, add foster parent engaging in sex act, technical revisions, Secs. 13A-5-6, 13A-6-60 to 13A-6-65, inclusive, 13A-6-65.1, 13A-6-66, 13A-6-67, 13A-6-68, 13A-6-70, 13A-6-71, 13A-6-81,13A-6-82, 13A-6-122, 13A-6-241, 13A-6-243, 13A-11-9, 13A-11-32.1, 13A-12-120, 13A-12-121, 13A-12-190, 13A-12-192, 15-3-5, 15-20A-5, 15-20A-44, 15-23-101, 15-23-102 am'd.
HB 468
Corrections Dept., two-step salary increase for certain employees, to receive payment for any accrued and unused annual leave, bonuses, Secs. 14-1-20, 36-26-35 am'd.
HB 376
Corrections Dept., legislative approval required prior to entering into a lease agreement to incarcerate inmates at an institution owned or operated by a nongovernmental entity, Sec. 14-1-1.2 am'd.
HB 365
Abortion, minors, certified birth certificates required, abortion clinics and reproductive health facilities, requirements, Jane Doe Act, Secs. 26-21-3, 26-23E-10 am'd
HB 348
Occupational licensees, process created to allow persons convicted of crime to apply for if granted relief by court
HB 347
Juvenile proceedings, a child is authorized to file for post-adjudication remedies in deliquency proceedings, Sec. 12-15-145 added.
HB 76
Crimes and offenses, controlled substances, distribution for a medical purpose, further provided, Secs. 20-2-58, 20-2-71 am'd.
HB 47
Crimes and offenses, controlled substances, distribution for a medical purpose, further provided, Secs. 20-2-58, 20-2-71 am'd.
HB 46
Alcoholic beverages, retail licensees, making of infusions using distilled spirits authorized, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added; Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.
HB 42
Governing body of certain counties or municipalities, authorized to reduce or eliminate their local sales and use tax rate on food

HB 426
Property, Uniform Condo Act, rights to developers and owners, specified, procedures for creation and management, Title 35, Chapter 8A, am'd.
HB 397
Municipalities, ordinances, summons and complaint in lieu of arrest, further provided for, exceptions, Sec. 11-45-9.1 am'd.
HB 379
Indigent defense, juvenile court, guardian ad litems, maximum atty fee for services raised, Sec. 15-12-21 am'd.
HB 338
Municipal courts, mayors and municipal court judges, mayor authorized to remit court costs imposed by municipal court judge, municipal court judges authorized to remit certain costs upon a showing of indigency, mayor's authority to commute sentences removed, municipal court judges authorized to issue arrest warrants and hold certain persons in contempt of court, Secs. 12-14-15, 12-14-32 am'd.
HB 289
Alcoholic beverages, retail licensees, making of infusions using distilled spirits authorized, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added; Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.
HB 232
Controlled substances, persons licensed to distribute or dispense, expert testimony required for prosecution, fines, Secs. 20-2-58, 20-2-71 am'd.
HB 89
Attorneys, with special licenses, authorized to do pro bono work, Sec. 34-3-6 am'd.
HB 50
Controlled substances, to add synthetic drugs and synthetic drug analogues to the list of controlled substances, Sec. 13A-12-211 am'd.
HB 49
Employment, compensation, requiring final wages to be timely paid upon separation

HB552
Elections, independent candidates, number of signatures on petition to qualify for ballot access lowered for special elections, Sec. 17-9-3 am'd.
HB524
Children, animals, person who rescues from vehicle, immunity from liability under certain circumstances
HB434
Alcoholic beverages, retail licensees, making of infusions using distilled spirits authorized, Sec. 28-3A-20.3 added; Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.
HB380
Municipal courts, mayors and municipal court judges, mayor authorized to remit court costs imposed by municipal court judge, municipal court judges authorized to remit certain costs upon a showing of indigency, mayor's authority to commute sentences removed, municipal court judges authorized to issue arrest warrants and hold certain persons in contempt of court, Secs. 12-14-15, 12-14-31, 12-14-32 am'd.
HB374
Property, Uniform Condo Act, rights to developers and owners, specified, procedures for creation and management, Secs. 35-8A-102, 35-8A-103, 35-8A-105, 35-8A-106, 35-8A-107, 35-8A-201, 35-8A-205, 35-8A-208, 35-8A-209, 35-8A-210, 35-8A-211, 35-8A-214, 35-8A-215, 35-8A-218, 35-8A-220, 35-8A-302, 35-8A-303, 35-8A-304, 35-8A-305, 35-8A-307, 35-8A-310, 35-8A-311, 35-8A-312, 35-8A-313, 35-8A-314, 35-8A-315, 35-8A-316, 35-8A-317, 35-8A-318, 35-8A-401, 35-8A-402, 35-8A-403, 35-8A-404, 35-8A-406, 35-8A-407, 35-8A-408, 35-8A-409, 35-8A-411, 35-8A-412, 35-8A-413, 35-8A-415, 35-8A-417 am'd.
HB211
Medicaid, inmates in county jails and under juvenile court, Medicaid eligibility suspended, not terminated, temporary reinstatement for medical care, payment of court
HB74
Civil Rights, provide right of a person to be free from discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or familial status; remedies provided
HB32
Capital cases, sentencing, court prohibited from overriding jury verdict, unanimous vote of jury to recommend death, Secs. 13A-5-45, 13A-5-46, 13A-5-47 am'd.
HB28
Criminal records, expunged of, eligibility expanded to include add'l offenses and youthful offender adjudications, filing fees, distrib. of fees revised, Secs. 15-27-1, 15-27-2, 15-27-3,15-27-4, 15-27-6, 15-27-7, 15-27-8 am'd.
HB27
Attorneys, allow attorneys with special licenses to do pro bono work, Sec. 34-3-6 am'd.

HB416
Municipalities, motor vehicles, parking enforcement, authorized, procedures, adoption of municipal ordinances, civil fines, municipal court jurisdiction, appeals
HB405
Criminal records, expunged of, eligibility expanded to include add'l offenses and youthful offender adjudications, filing fees, distrib. of fees revised, Secs. 15-27-1, 15-27-2, 15-27-3,15-27-4, 15-27-6, 15-27-7, 15-27-8 am'd.
HB348
Tuscaloosa Co., gasoline tax, Tuscaloosa County Road Improvement Commission, effective date for creation, Act 2015-202, 2015 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB347
Assault, first and second degree revised to include injury caused by the operation of a motor vehicle or vessel operated in violation of driving under the influence law, Secs. 13A-6-20, 13A-6-21 am'd.
HB222
Restoration of Voting Rights, application process expedited, notification regarding procedures and eligibility required, Sec. 15-22-36.1 am'd.
HB221
Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, Alabama Literacy Alliance distinctive license tag
HB96
Searches and seizures, surveillance, electronic tracking devices, law enforcement authorized to use upon issuance of a warrant

HB416
Municipalities, motor vehicles, parking enforcement, authorized, procedures, adoption of municipal ordinances, civil fines, municipal court jurisdiction, appeals
HB405
Criminal records, expunged of, eligibility expanded to include add'l offenses and youthful offender adjudications, filing fees, distrib. of fees revised, Secs. 15-27-1, 15-27-2, 15-27-3,15-27-4, 15-27-6, 15-27-7, 15-27-8 am'd.
HB348
Tuscaloosa Co., gasoline tax, Tuscaloosa County Road Improvement Commission, effective date for creation, Act 2015-202, 2015 Reg. Sess., am'd.
HB347
Assault, first and second degree revised to include injury caused by the operation of a motor vehicle or vessel operated in violation of driving under the influence law, Secs. 13A-6-20, 13A-6-21 am'd.
HB222
Restoration of Voting Rights, application process expedited, notification regarding procedures and eligibility required, Sec. 15-22-36.1 am'd.
HB221
Motor vehicles, distinctive license tags, Alabama Literacy Alliance distinctive license tag
HB96
Searches and seizures, surveillance, electronic tracking devices, law enforcement authorized to use upon issuance of a warrant

HB615
Civil Rights, provide right of a person to be free from discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or familial status; remedies provided
HB571
Unified Carrier Registration Act of 2005, administration of transferred from Public Service Commission to the Department of Revenue, distribution of fees, Sec. 37-3-32.1 am'd. and renumbered as Sec. 40-12-435
HB484
Class 4 municipalities organized pursuant to Chapter 44B, Title 11, (Tuscaloosa), revised, election date of mayor and council
HB352
Contracts, use of restrictive covenants clarified, Sec. 8-1-1 repealed
HB292
Tracking devices, warrant for installation by certain judges, authorized, crimes of unlawfully installing a tracking device, created, penalties
HB276
Municipalities, utility gross receipts, payment, including certain municipal utility corporations, distrib. of additional revenue to State General Fund, Secs. 11-50A-7, 40-21-53, 40-21-55 am'd.
HB191
Mental Health, involuntary commitment, Commissioner of Department of Mental Health required to place defendant in Alabama Security Medical Facility under certain conditions, commissioner prohibited from transferring defendant without obtaining leave from the court, Sec. 15-16-43 am'd.
HB47
Firearms, pistols, sale of or delivery to minor, record-keeping and administrative requirements, certain provisions eliminated, Secs. 13A-11-57, 13A-11-61.2, 13A-11-72, 13A-11-76, 13A-11-79, 22-52-10.8, 40-12-143 am'd.
HB8
Websites containing personal information of persons convicted of crimes, required to remove information at no charge upon request, civil penalties, presumption of defamation

HB39
Tuscaloosa Co., gasoline tax, Tuscaloosa County Road Improvement Commission, effective date for creation, Act 2015-202, 2015 Reg. Sess., am'd.

HB607
Crimes and offenses, enhanced penalty for conviction of a Class A felony, with at least three prior felonies, eliminated, trafficking of certain drugs, penalties revised, Secs.13A-5-9, 13A-12-231am'd.
HB596
Taxation, certain foods exempt from sales and use tax annually at start of the season of Lent and ending last day of season
HB568
Hazardous waste disposal, fee for certain hazardous wastes, restored, Secs. 22-30B-2.1 am'd.
HB547
Contractors, public works contracts, timely payments, contractor required to timely pay a subcontractor for work completed, Sec. 8-29-3 am'd.
HB480
Controlled substances, Schedule I, additional synthetic controlled substances and analogue substances included in, trafficking in controlled substance analogues, requisite weight increased, Secs. 13A-12-231, 20-2-23 am'd.
HB467
Oil and Gas Board, oil and gas wells, drainage or production units, regulation of horizontal wells in oil reservoirs and offshore wells in gas reservoirs, Secs. 9-17-1, 9-17-12 am'd.
HB413
Sex Offenders, registration and community notification, technical revisions and citations update various sections, petition for relief from employment, residency living restriction, civil division of circuit courts, absconding without registering, penalty, Secs. 12-15-107, 12-15-116, 13A-5-2, 13A-5-6, 14-9-41, 15-18-8, 15-19-7, 15-20A-4 to 15-20A-7, incl., 15-20A-9, 15-20A-11, 15-20A-14, 15-20A-16, 15-20A-18, 15-20A-21 to 15-20A-26, incl., 15-20A-28, 15-20A-29, 15-20A-32, 15-20A-34, 15-20A-35, 15-20A-37, 15-20A-39, 15-20A-40, 15-20A-43, 15-20A-45, 15-20A-46, 15-22-27.3, 32-6-49.24, 36-18-24, 36-18-25, 38-13-2, 38-13-4
HB406
Title loan business, licensure and regulation of, charges concerning title loans, definitions, penalties, Alabama Title Loan Act
HB403
Boundaries, state, territorial waters and submerged lands, limits and boundaries, Sec. 41-1-1 am'd.
HB320
Scottsboro Boys Museum and Cultural Center, approp.
HB317
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures
HB289
Grandparents, visitation with grandchildren, petition procedure and burden of proof established, Sec. 30-3-4.1 repealed
HB288
State employees, cost-of-living increase authorized
HB287
Cost of living increase for certain retirees and beneficiaries beginning Oct. 1, 2014
HB279
Wages, establish the Alabama Minimum Wage Act, to set the state minimum wage, provide for a cost of living increase, const. amend.
HB276
Community Action Association of Alabama, exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB271
Voter registration, to allow persons to register up to and on date of election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB270
Medicaid, require Governor to accept Medicaid expansion, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, const. amend.
HB263
Municipalities, elections under Title 11, procedures relating to death or withdrawal, absentee ballots, voting machines, provisions regarding the voter, Secs. 11-46-25, 11-46-26, 11-46-32, 11-46-33, 11-46-55 am'd.
HB241
Contracts, use of restrictive covenants clarified, Sec. 8-1-1 repealed
HB135
Websites containing personal information of persons convicted of crimes, required to remove information at no charge upon request, civil penalties, presumption of defamation
HB134
Professional Bail Companies, requiring biannual certification, maximum amount authorized to post provided, bail company to provide sworn affidavit with specified information, fees, examination and educational requirements, Secs. 15-13-62, 15-13-160, 15-13-163 am'd.
HB59
Elections, secretary of state to provide free computerized statewide voter registration list to other state chief election officials upon request Sec. 17-4-38 am'd.
HB47
Criminal Procedure, criminal surveillance, judge authorized to issue warrant for installation, removal, maintenance, use, and monitoring of tracking device upon written application of law enforcement officer or district attorney
HB46
Municipal subdivision regulation, contracts to sale lots authorized prior to approval by municipal planning commission, Sec. 11-52-33 am'd.

HB690
Municipal planning commission, adopt regulations authorizing administrative approval of minor subdivisions without notice and a public hearing under certain conditions, Sec. 11-52-31 am'd.
HB675
Civil procedure, extending immunity to certain firefighter paramedics or firefighter emergency medical technicians, Sec. 6-5-338 am'd.
HB662
Tuscaloosa, city board of education, qualifications for membership revised, operation of board, Act 97-616, 1997 Reg Sess., am'd.; Act 873, 1973 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB641
Public employees, to receive annual summary of benefits received from employer
HB626
Voter registration, to allow persons to register up to and on date of election, Sec. 17-3-50 am'd.
HB594
Motor vehicles, child passenger restraints, Alabama Head Injury Foundation, 15 percent of funds distributed to Alabama Head Injury Foundation earmarked to cover administrative costs, Sec. 32-5-22 am'd.
HB559
Local Control School Flexibility Act of 2013, provides for creation of innovative K-12 schools, flexibility contracts between local boards of education and the State Board of Education, and authorize State Board of Education to promulgate rules, Act 2013-64, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB547
Veterans, permanently and totally disabled, state income tax, credit for sales tax paid up to a certain amount
HB541
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Licensing of
HB492
Accountability Act of 2013, proposed by HB 84, 2013 Reg. Sess., Act 2013-__, 2013 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB428
Municipalities, ordinances, online access required
HB412
Class action lawsuits filed in Alabama, plan for undistributed funds to be distributed to Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Department if class members cannot be located, or if distribution to class is not economically feasible, or if class members do not make a claim to the class funds
HB394
Trusts, Principal and Income Act, apportionment between income and remainder beneficiaries, conversions of trust to unitrust provided for, Secs. 19-3A-102, 19-3A-103, 19-3A-104, 19-3A-409 am'd.; Secs. 19-3A-105, 19-3A-106, 19-3A-608 added
HB347
Professional Surety Companies and Professional Bail Companies, authority to act as revoked upon commission of specified acts, professional bail companies required to notify presiding judge of arrest of certain persons affiliated with the company, Sec. 15-13-163 am'd.
HB346
Professional Bail Companies, requiring biannual certification, maximum amount authorized to post provided, bail company to provide sworn affidavit with specified information, fees, examination and educational requirements, Sec. 15-13-160 am'd.
HB345
Bail, arrets by professional bail company further provided for, sworn affidavit required, false statements on affidavit deemed perjury in third degree, fee for issuance, Sec. 15-13-62, am'd.
HB341
Tuscaloosa, deannexation of certan property, annexation to Northport
HB334
Supernumerary ad valorem tax officials, cap on compensation increased, Sec. 40-6-3 am'd.
HB283
Driving under the influence, crime further defined, term "under the influence" defined, Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd
HB262
Capital offenses, defendant's guilty plea, state to prove guilt only when death penalty to be imposed, guilty plea to waive all non-jurisdictional defects in cases where death penalty or life without parole to be imposed, Sec. 13A-5-42 am'd.
HB217
Pardons and Paroles Board, Scottsboro Boys Act, posthumous pardons for certain convictions prior to 1932
HB208
Warrantless arrests, authorized for a person tresspassing on property of an educational institution, Secs. 13A-7-1, 15-10-3 am'd.
HB202
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.
HB195
Hate crimes, motivated by victim's sexual orientation, additional penalties imposed, Sec. 13A-5-13 am'd.
HB96
Taxation, Alabama Choir School exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use taxes
HB87
Criminal Procedure, criminal surveillance, judge authorized to issue warrant for installation, removal, maintenance, use, and monitoring of tracking device upon written application of law enforcement officer or district attorney
HB56
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures

HB781
Education Trust Fund (ETF), transfer of certain funds to State General Fund and to provide for repayment to the ETF, Sec. 29-9-2, 29-9-3 am'd
HB725
Cigarettes, user fee added, distrib., Sec. 40-25-2 am'd.
HB694
Self Defense, person who actively pursues an aggressor after the initial confrontation is not justified in using physical force in self defense or in defense of another, Sec.13A-3-23 am'd
HB688
Court fees increased, civil cases, criminal cases, circuit court, district court, municipal court, bail bond fees increased, distribution of proceeds to courts, sheriffs, municipalities, district attorney office, state forensic
HB663
Fire protection sprinkler systems, State Fire Marshal authorized to issue permits for installation, Secs. 34-33-1, 34-33-2, 34-33-3, 34-33-4, 34-33-5 am'd.
HB647
Tuscaloosa Co., 6th Judicial Circuit, additional circuit judge, conditioned on funding for compensation and benefits by county commission, election
HB646
Housing Authorities, bonds, interest on bonds to be paid according to terms of resolution or its trust indenture or mortgage, bonds sold as determined by authority, 10 days notice required for public sale, Sec. 24-1-32 am'd
HB563
Sexual misconduct, sexual contact in cases other than circumstances covered by sexual abuse or when consent is obtained by fraud, Sec. 13A-6-65 am'd.
HB539
Food stamps and welfare, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), persons convicted of drug related felony eligible for assistance if serving period of probation and completing or completed substance abuse program
HB439
Animals, abuse, torture and cruelty defined, reporting requirements, penalties
HB431
School Board Governance Improvement Act, to require public affirmation of board members to certain principles of educational governance, to require training and continuing education of city and county boards of education, Secs. 16-8-1, 16-11-2 am'd
HB391
Telecommunications, eavesdropping, crime expanded to include installing or possessing a device for unauthorized access to certain communications in a personal telecommunication device, Secs. 13A-11-30, 13A-11-31, 13A-11-33, 13A-11-34 am'd.
HB340
Crime of Looting, established, penalties, violation would be Class C felony
HB312
State contracts, performance of work outside the United States, prohibited
HB310
Divorce, waiting period for final judgment when minor children, when domestic violence or child abuse, submission of family plan, rights of noncustodial parent, legislative intent for marriage reconciliation, Sec. 30-2-8.1 am'd.
HB278
Secondary metals recycler, additional records to be maintained, purchases of specified metal property limited, registration with ACJIC, required, database of metal property sales created, criminal penalties, purchase of specified metal property prohibited, Secs. 13A-8-30 to 13A-8-37, inclusive, 13A-8-39 am'd; Secs. 13A-8-31.1, 13A-8-31.2, 13A-8-35.1, 13A-8-37.1, 13A-8-37.2 added
HB274
Government, local, prohibited from competing with private sector in waste management
HB202
Judges, appellate, and Supreme Court Justices and Attorney General, nonpartisan election, Appellate Court Nonpartisan Election Act, Secs. 17-6-20, 17-6-24, 17-6-25, 17-6-48, 17-13-8 am'd.
HB201
Courts, district and small claims division, jurisdictional limits increased, Secs.12-11-30, 12-12-30, 12-12-31, 12-19-71, 12-19-72 am'd
HB200
Corporations prohibited from contributing to a political action committee, Sec. 10A-21-1.02 am'd
HB85
Food stamps and welfare, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), persons with felony drug conviction, federal law provisions making ineligible, provision for persons to be eligible under certain conditions
HB81
Stored wire and electronic communications, transactional location records, pen registers, and trap and trace devices, federal law to be followed regarding these devices, use of such devices authorized in emergency situations relating to missing persons
HB77
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures
HB53
Food stamps and welfare, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), persons with felony drug conviction, federal law provisions making ineligible, provision for persons to be eligible under certain conditions
HB52
Stored wire and electronic communications, transactional location records, pen registers, and trap and trace devices, federal law to be followed regarding these devices, use of such devices authorized in emergency situations relating to missing persons

HB674
Tuscaloosa Co., district attorney, employment of investigators, duties
HB663
Tuscaloosa Co., pretrial diversion program, district attorney authorized to establish, fees, costs, restitution, Act 2009-735, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB661
Tuscaloosa Co., court costs, additional in circuit and district court cases, distrib. for clerks and law library (2011-20972)
HB652
Admission tickets, for benefit or event for charitable purposes, resale for amount in excess of price printed on face of ticket, prohibited, Sec. 8-19E-2 am'd.
HB634
Tuscaloosa, pretrial diversion program, established
HB601
Indigent Defense Services Office, established as division of Finance Department, director, staff, duties, advisory board in each judicial circuit, compensation of appointed counsel, contract counsel system, public defender office, Secs. 12-19-252, 15-12-1, 15-12-4, 15-12-5, 15-12-6, 15-12-20, 15-12-21, 15-12-22, 15-12-23, 15-12-26, 15-12-27, 15-12-29, 15-12-40, 15-12-41, 15-12-42, 15-12-43, 15-12-44, 15-12-45, 15-12-46 am'd.; Secs. 15-12-2, 15-12-3, 15-12-24, 15-12-24.1 repealed
HB482
Tuscaloosa Co., 6th Judicial Circuit, additional circuit judge, conditioned on funding for compensation and benefits by county commission, election
HB451
Dental Examiners of Alabama, Board of, dentists and dental hygienists, regulation and licensure, substantially revised, Sec. 34-9-7.2 added; Secs. 34-9-2, 34-9-3, 34-9-5, 34-9-6, 34-9-6.1, 34-9-7, 34-9-8, 34-9-9, 34-9-10, 34-9-13, 34-9-15, 34-9-15.1, 34-9-16, 34-9-18, 34-9-20, 34-9-21, 34-9-22, 34-9-24, 34-9-26, 34-9-27, 34-9-28, 34-9-40, 34-9-41, 34-9-43, 34-9-44, 34-9-60, 34-9-63, 34-9-82, 34-9-89 am'd. (2011-20608)
HB418
Small wineries, sales and distribution of wine by wineries, wine tasting facilities, direct sale of small wineries' wine, license fee and excise tax, Small Winery Business Viability Act, Secs. 28-7-13, 28-7-18 am'd.
HB402
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, prohibition against licensee, agent, or employee from being employed by another licensee, deleted, Sec. 28-3A-25 am'd.
HB393
Divorce, waiting period for final judgment when minor children, when domestic violence or child abuse, submission of family plan, rights of noncustodial parent, legislative intent for marriage reconciliation, Sec. 30-2-8.1 am'd.
HB380
Equal Pay Remedies and Enforcement Act, established, legislative findings regarding wage differentials between minorities and nonminorities and males and females, Equal Pay Commission established, members, duties, powers, report to Governor and Legislature
HB265
Public education employees and law enforcement officers, offenses committed in the line of duty, arrest warrants, procedures for arrest
HB242
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.
HB241
Income tax, Alabama resident individuals, gross income includes an owner's entire allocable share of income earned from both in-state and out-of-state sources, Sec. 40-18-14 am'd.
HB238
Stalking in the first and second degree, aggravated stalking in the first and second degree, crimes further provided for, Tracy's Law, Secs. 13A-6-90.1, 13A-6-91.1 added; Secs. 13A-6-90, 13A-6-91 am'd.
HB209
Homeland Security Department, authorized to hire police officers and special agents for enforcement of laws, subject to same benefits, compensation, and standards and training as officers and agents of Public Safety Department
HB199
Circuit courts, civil matters, presiding circuit judge may authorize certain hearings to be held by audio-video telecommunications, requirements
HB129
Pardons and Paroles Board, probation and parole officers to provide probationers with periodic compliance incentive status updates, recommendation for unsupervised status for certain probationers under certain conditions, Sec. 15-22-54 am'd.; Act 2010-753, 2010 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB128
Felony offenders, defendants without prior felony conviction or youthful offender adjudication allowed to apply for special status as first offender under certain conditions, First Time Felony Offender Act
HB27
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures
HB23
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures
HB22
Stored wire and electronic communications, transactional location records, pen registers, and trap and trace devices, federal law to be followed regarding these devices, use of such devices authorized in emergency situations relating to missing persons
HB10
Food stamps and welfare, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), persons with felony drug conviction, federal law provisions making ineligible, provision for persons to be eligible under certain conditions

HB822
Transportation Department, Good Faith Effort Committee, members subject to diversity, annual report to Legislature
HB810
Wireless communications, collocation and modification of wireless facilities by local governing authorities, application process, Advanced Broadband Collocation Act
HB786
Municipalities, municipal ordinances, fines in certain cases designated and recodified, Sec. 11-45-9 am'd.; Sec. 13A-5-12.1 repealed
HB746
Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center Commission and the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center, members, operation, powers, duties, fees, crime of misuse of ACJIC information established, Alabama Statistical Analysis Center established, background checks by licensing agencies, ratification of compact, penalties, Secs. 41-9-590, 41-9-591, 41-9-592, 41-9-594, 41-9-595, 41-9-596, 41-9-597, 41-9-600, 41-9-601, 41-9-621, 41-9-622, 41-9-623, 41-9-630 am'd.
HB699
Child abuse or neglect, suspected, mandatory reporting, requirements for school teachers and school officials, established, responsibilities of principals and local superintendents of education Sec. 26-14-3 am'd.
HB698
Family Resource Centers, Alabama Network of, adoption of rules regarding distribution of funds, publication of notice regarding rules in Alabama Administrative Monthly, Sec. 30-8-2 am'd.
HB674
Secretary of State and probate judges, authorized to refuse for filing any false, fraudulent or unlawfully issued document, removal, expungement, correction, crime of offering a false instrument for recording against a public employee or public official, established, penalties, Sec. 36-14-18 added; Secs. 12-13-40, 13A-9-12 am'd.
HB597
Municipalities, domestic violence statistics compiled and maintained by a municipality, posted on municipal website, Melanie Camp Act
HB593
Colleges and universities, boards of trustees, authorized to participate in meetings by telephone or video conference under certain conditions
HB566
Tuscaloosa, motor vehicles, automated traffic infraction device, use for red light enforcement authorized, procedures, posting of informational signs, civil fines, record keeping by Criminal Justice Information Center, appeals, tampering with photographic traffic signal enforcement system, prohibited, Tuscaloosa Red Light Safety Act
HB565
Tuscaloosa, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales authorized under certain conditions, referendum
HB556
Municipal subdivision regulation, nothing shall impair or limit a lawful contract for the purchase or sale of any lot in a proposed subdivision, Sec. 11-52-33 am'd.
HB506
Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, Inc., exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB491
Mental Health Department, certain institutions, leasing, transferring, or management by nongovernmental entities, approval by Legislature required, Sec. 22-50-9 am'd.
HB483
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures
HB482
Identity theft, penalties increased, statute of limitations removed, Sec. 13A-8-192 am'd.
HB457
Boxing Commission, name changed to Athletic Commission, mixed martial arts, authorized and regulated, definitions, commission authorized to employ executive director, penalties, Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts Act, Act 2009-622, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.; Secs. 41-9-1020, 41-9-1021, 41-9-1023, 41-9-1024, 41-9-1028, 41-9-1029, 41-9-1030, 41-9-1032, 41-9-1033, 41-9-1034, 41-9-1035, 41-9-1036, 41-9-1037, 41-9-1038, 41-9-1039, 41-9-1040 am'd.
HB432
Human trafficking, coercion or deception causing a person to work or to perform services having financial value or to perform certain sexual activities, prohibited, criminal penalties, Representatives Jack Williams and Merika Coleman Act (2010-20826)
HB403
Obscene material involving children, disseminate further defined, material that constitutes possession of visual obscene matter further provided for, Secs. 13A-12-190, 13A-12-192 am'd.
HB368
Assault in the second degree, utility workers included as a protected class, utility worker defined, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.; Act 2009-586, 2009 Reg. Sess. am'd.
HB348
Drug courts, presiding judge of judicial circuit with consent of district attorney authorized to establish, drug offenders, screening, treatment, support services, and drug testing, referrals to certain programs for treatment, Administrative Office of Courts required to assist in planning, developing, and implementing of drug courts, Drug Offender Accountability Act
HB280
Death penalty, moratorium on imposition and execution not to exceed three years, procedure for administering
HB270
Habitual felony offender, alternative sentences for third felony conviction, mandatory penalty for fourth Class A felony conviction revised under certain circumstances, retroactive review for certain persons, Sec. 13A-5-9 am'd.
HB269
Eagles' Wings, Inc., exempt from state, county, and municipal sales and use tax
HB264
Alabama Residential Energy Code Board changed to Alabama Energy and Residential Codes Board, Model Energy Code replaced with Alabama Energy and Residential Codes, adoption of modern building and energy codes in compliance with federal law to be implemented by counties and municipalities, board members increased, certain farm structures excluded, sprinkler systems provided for, Secs. 41-23-80, 41-23-81, 41-23-82, 41-23-83, 41-23-84, 41-23-85 am'd.
HB257
Interagency Council for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, established, members, duties, subject to Sunset Law, reports to Chief Justice of Supreme Court, Governor, and Legislature, Elder Abuse Prevention Act
HB214
Food stamps and welfare (TANF), persons with felony drug conviction, federal law provisions making ineligible, provision for persons to be eligible under certain conditions
HB140
Stored wire and electronic communications, transactional location records, pen registers, and trap and trace devices, federal law to be followed regarding these devices, use of such devices authorized in emergency situations relating to missing persons
HB81
Criminal charges or convictions for certain felony or misdemeanor offenses, petition for expungement of records authorized under certain conditions, procedures
HB46
Campaign contributions, limited for candidates for Alabama Supreme Court, Court of Civil Appeals, Court of Criminal Appeals, circuit courts, district courts
HB1
State income tax, federal deduction limited for individual taxpayers, state sales tax on food removed, Amendment 225 (Section 211.04, Recompiled Constitution of Alabama of 1901, as amended), repealed, const. amend.

HB10
Appropriations, pass-through appropriations, defined and prohibited, exception for valid support of agency programs, administrative and criminal penalties for violations by agencies, line-item appropriations authorized, reporting requirements, Budget Accountability Act
HB3
Electioneering communications and paid political advertising, disclosure of source of funding required, exceptions, contributions by political committees further provided for, Secs. 17-5-2, 17-5-8, 17-5-12 am'd.

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