2017 Code of Alabama
Title 12 - COURTS.
Chapter 12 - DISTRICT COURTS.
Article 1 - General Provisions.
- Section 12-12-1 - Establishment, designation, etc.; location of sessions of district courts; abolition of courts not authorized by Constitution.
- Section 12-12-2 - District court a court of record; preparation, maintenance, etc., of records of proceedings generally; employment of reporters or provision for transcripts of proceedings by parties.
- Section 12-12-3 - Trial of cases.
- Section 12-12-4 - Powers of court as to disposition of criminal cases generally.
- Section 12-12-5 - Continuation of cases to permit payment of fines and costs.
- Section 12-12-6 - Powers as to punishment for contempt.
- Section 12-12-7 - Issuance of writs.
- Section 12-12-8 - District attorney of circuit charged with responsibility for district court prosecutions.
- Section 12-12-9 - Abolition of office of county solicitor and performance of functions thereof by assistant district attorneys; election by county solicitors serving terms to which elected prior to January 16, 1977, to become assistant district attorneys for duration of terms.
- Section 12-12-10 - Supervision of district courts by presiding circuit judges.
- Section 12-12-11 - Applicability of Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure.
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