Attorney General’s Office

18th Annual Drug Take Back Event in Montgomery

The Attorney General’s Office, DEA, and Montgomery police held it’s 18th annual drug take back event Saturday. People were encouraged to drop off any old or unused prescription medicines. These items were boxed and will be destroyed by the local DEA. There were 10 active sites in Montgomery County. Last year, more than 2 million pounds of medicines were destroyed….

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Kicks Off In Montgomery

Remembering victims of crimes across the state- The Alabama District Attorney’s Association joined federal and state victim’s rights activists on Monday to kick of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week. “It’s an important time for our state and for our nation to recognize and highlight the issues facing victims in our country,” Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said. According to the…

i-Team: Where is the ASU Audit?

Like many controversial issues involving Alabama politics, fiction can’t beat the facts fueling the issue itself. The alleged affair between former governor Robert Bentley and his aid Rebekah Mason is a prime example. The scandal and eventually resulted in the Bentley’s resignation. Long before the alleged affair, there was another cloud hanging over the Bentley Administration: the financial audit of…