Attorney General's Office

Execution Drugs-Alabama
4:27 pm
Fri September 12, 2014

Alabama Changes Execution Drug Combination

After adopting the new three drug protocol, the attorney general's office is asking the Alabama Supreme Court to set execution dates for nine death row inmates.
Credit The Birmingham News file

Alabama has adopted a new combination of drugs for executions and is once again seeking to put inmates to death.

The attorney general's office is asking the Alabama Supreme Court to set execution dates for nine death row inmates. Lawyers said the Department of Corrections this week adopted a new three-drug protocol for executions.

Executions in Alabama had come to a halt after Alabama and other states ran out of a key drug used in executions.

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Casino Raid
4:36 pm
Mon May 12, 2014

Death Could Delay VictoryLand Raid Trial

The death of a gambling expert used by the Alabama attorney general's office for several years could delay a trial over the state's raid of VictoryLand casino in Shorter.
Credit blog.al.com

The death of a gambling expert used by the Alabama attorney general's office for several years could delay a trial over the state's raid of VictoryLand casino in Shorter.

A judge had scheduled a trial June 23 on whether the state could keep more than $223,000 in cash and destroy 1,615 machines seized in a raid in February 2013.

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AG-Suspicious Powder
4:43 pm
Wed August 14, 2013

Suspicious Powder Found At Alabama AG's Office

A suspicious powder was found at the Attorney General Office Wednesday morning forcing the building to be evacuated.
Credit Office of the Attorney General

A section of the downtown Montgomery office building that houses the Alabama Attorney General's office was evacuated and the adjacent street closed after an employee opening an envelope found a suspicious white powder.


Capt. Mark Williams of the Montgomery Fire and Rescue Department said there were no injuries reported Wednesday morning. Williams said U.S. Postal Service inspectors conducted a preliminary inspection of the powder and determined it was non-toxic.

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