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Alabama Hit and Run Laws

Alabama Hit and Run Laws

Alabama Hit and Run Laws: Can you be charged with leaving the scene of an accident? Under Alabama law, leaving the scene of an accident is a class C felony if anyone suffered injury or death. The punishment is up to ten years in prison and a fine. Quick take: Leaving...
Alabama Sexting Laws

Alabama Sexting Laws

Is sending a dirty text illegal in the heart of Dixie? It can be if certain circumstancess are met, and especially if it is to or from a minor. Quick take: Minor to minor sexting puts both parties at risk of possession and distribution of child porn...
Dog Bite Laws Alabama

Dog Bite Laws Alabama

Alabama dog bite laws place responsibility for damages or injuries caused by a dog on the owner only if the victim was lawfully on the owner’s property at the time of the bite. What that means is if your dog bites the mail carrier, you may be liable to pay...
Alabama Whistleblower Laws

Alabama Whistleblower Laws

Summary of Alabama Whistleblower laws The state of Alabama is among the few states which follow the at-will employment doctrine. In addition, Alabama courts do not recognize the public policy exception law, which is a law that is a remedy to the at-will employment...
Alabama Child Support Laws

Alabama Child Support Laws

We created this guide for parents on either spectrum so that you know your rights, obligations, and the factors that determine what you receive or what you have to pay in child support. If after reading this you have further questions and would like a free...
Alabama Car Seat Laws

Alabama Car Seat Laws

Infant Car Seat Rules in Alabama Children who are UNDER 1 year OR weigh LESS than 20 pounds are required to use a rear-facing child safety seat. Forward-facing car seats can only be used when a child is two years old or weighs 20 pounds or more. The requirement for...