2019 Code of Alabama
Title 28 - Intoxicating Liquor, Malt Beverages and Wine.
Chapter 4 - Regulation and Control of Alcoholic Beverages in Dry Counties and Dry Municipalities.
Article 12 - Enforcement of Chapter.
- Section 28-4-310 - Governor charged with supervision, etc., of enforcement of prohibition laws; Governor may require reports from officers charged with duty of enforcing laws; failure of officer to make report, etc.
- Section 28-4-311 - Appointment of inspectors, etc., to detect and report violations of prohibition laws; offer and payment of rewards for convictions of persons violating laws.
- Section 28-4-312 - Governor may require Attorney General to prepare instructions for officers of state, etc., for enforcement of laws; publication and distribution of same.
- Section 28-4-313 - Prosecutions for violations of chapter, etc., begun by affidavit or indictment; right of person charged to demand grand jury indictment; continuation of prosecution upon original affidavit; amendment of affidavit or complaint.
- Section 28-4-314 - District attorneys to institute prosecutions for or make reports to grand juries as to violations of prohibition laws.
- Section 28-4-315 - Sheriffs to cooperate with district attorneys in prosecutions, etc.
- Section 28-4-316 - Grand jury proceedings generally - Effect of failure of person to attend and testify in obedience to summons.
- Section 28-4-317 - Grand jury proceedings generally - Offenses as to which witnesses may be required to testify; initial interrogation of witnesses to particular offense not required.
- Section 28-4-318 - Grand jury proceedings generally - Exemption from prosecution of witnesses.
- Section 28-4-319 - Grand jury proceedings generally - Duty of grand jury to present indictments for violations of laws.
- Section 28-4-320 - Servants, agents, etc., and principals not to be excused from testifying against each other on grounds of self-incrimination; immunity of said persons from prosecution for offenses disclosed, etc.
- Section 28-4-321 - Contents and sufficiency of charges in indictments, complaints, affidavits, etc., for sale, offer for sale, possession, etc., of prohibited liquors and beverages, etc., generally; proof of charges generally; admissibility in evidence of testimony of persons purchasing, etc., prohibited liquors and beverages, etc.; immunity from prosecution of persons testifying as to violations of chapter, etc.
- Section 28-4-322 - Several charges may be set out in separate counts in indictments, complaints, etc.; judgment entered and punishment imposed upon each count.
- Section 28-4-323 - Admissibility and effect of evidence showing similarity in color, odor and general appearance between prohibited liquor or beverage and beverage shown to be manufactured, sold, kept, etc., by defendant; applicability of rule as to admissibility, etc., of said evidence in proceedings for abatement of liquor nuisances, etc.
- Section 28-4-324 - Issuance of injunctions to prevent violations of chapter, etc.
- Section 28-4-325 - Fees of officers making seizures of prohibited liquors.
- Section 28-4-326 - Penalties for violations of chapter.
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