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Alabama Code Rules of Criminal Procedure

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  • AL CODE RCRP Rule § 28
  • AL CODE RCRP Rule § 29
  • AL CODE RCRP Rule § 31
  • AL CODE RCRP Rule § 35
  • AL CODE RCRP Rule § 36
  • Rule 1. Scope;  Purpose, Objectives, and Construction;  Computation and Enlargement of Time;  Definitions;  Effective Date
  • Rule 2. Commencement and Prosecution of Criminal Proceedings
  • Rule 3. Arrest Warrant or Summons Upon Commencement of Criminal Proceedings;  Search Warrant
  • Rule 4. Arrest and Initial Appearance
  • Rule 5. Preliminary Hearing
  • Rule 6. Right to Counsel:  Appointment of Counsel
  • Rule 7. Release
  • Rule 8. Speedy Trial
  • Rule 9. Presence of Defendant, Witnesses, and Spectators;  Televising, Photographing, or Radio Broadcasting of Judicial Proceedings
  • Rule 10. Change of Place of Trial
  • Rule 11. Incompetency and Mental Examinations
  • Rule 12. Selection of Venire;  the Grand Jury and Petit Jury Panels
  • Rule 13. Charges:  Indictment, Information, and Complaint
  • Rule 14. Arraignment and Pleas
  • Rule 15. Preparation for Trial;  Pleadings and Motions
  • Rule 16. Discovery
  • Rule 17. Subpoenas
  • Rule 18. Trial by Jury;  Waiver;  Selection and Preparation of Petit Jurors
  • Rule 19. Trial
  • Rule 20. Motion for Judgment of Acquittal
  • Rule 21. Instructions to Jury;  Objection
  • Rule 22. Deliberation of Jury
  • Rule 23. Verdict
  • Rule 24. Post-Trial Motions
  • Rule 25. Procedure After Verdict or Finding of Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Disease or Defect
  • Rule 26. Judgment;  Presentence Report;  Sentence Hearing;  Sentence
  • Rule 27. Probation and Probation Revocation
  • Rule 30. Appeals from Municipal and District Courts
  • Rule 32. Post-Conviction Remedies
  • Rule 33. Contempt
  • Rule 34. Form, Content, and Service of Motions and Requests
  • Appendix of Forms Table of Unified Judicial System Forms

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