Mr. Brumlow is a 1988 graduate of Samford University and was in the first class of Beeson Divinity School at Samford University in 1988. He left that program to serve on the pastoral staff of churches in Georgia and Alabama before enrolling in Cumberland School of Law of Samford University in 1995. He has been a practicing member of the Alabama State Bar since 1998 and Florida State Bar since 1999.
During his 23 years as a state court trial lawyer and general counsel, Mr. Brumlow gained extensive trial experience in the municipal, district, and circuit courts, in both criminal and civil cases, as well as appellate experience to the Alabama Supreme Court, Court of Civil Appeals, and Court of Criminal Appeals. He has served as the prosecutor for the City of Alabaster, Alabama since 2004, and city attorney for the city since 2008. During his tenure with Alabaster, he created adult pretrial diversion programs for its municipal court that became the model for numerous municipal courts in the Shelby/Jefferson County areas and were enacted as local law by the state legislature. Additionally, he drafted legislation that would allow municipal courts access to specialty treatment programs in county courts such as mental health, drug court, and veteran’s court.
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