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Section 12-12-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) 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 Janu
Section 12-12-10 Supervision of district courts by presiding circuit judges.
Section 12-12-11 Applicability of Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure.
Section 12-12-30 Civil jurisdiction generally.
Section 12-12-31 Small claims actions; representation by attorney optional; when; attorney's fees; prosecution of assigned claims by attorney only; attorney must be licensed.
Section 12-12-32 Criminal jurisdiction generally.
Section 12-12-33 Extradition proceedings.
Section 12-12-34 Juvenile jurisdiction.
Section 12-12-35 Transfer of adoption proceedings to district court from probate court; maintenance of records of adoption proceedings.
Section 12-12-36 Venue generally; transfer of actions improperly located; designation of additional locations for court sites.
Section 12-12-50 "Traffic infraction" defined.
Section 12-12-51 District court jurisdiction of misdemeanor prosecutions for traffic infractions.
Section 12-12-52 Receipt of guilty pleas in traffic infraction prosecutions by magistrates.
Section 12-12-53 Requirement of use of uniform traffic ticket and complaint.
Section 12-12-54 Accounting for uniform traffic tickets and complaints; disposition of forms; records and reports.
Section 12-12-55 Establishment of schedules of fines for traffic infractions; provision for manner of payment and accounting for of fines and costs.
Section 12-12-56 Law enforcement officers, etc., not to dispose of uniform traffic tickets or complaints, etc., in unauthorized manner; persons soliciting, etc., unauthorized disposition, etc., of uni
Section 12-12-70 Right of appeal and procedure for appeals generally; dismissal for failure to appear.
Section 12-12-71 When appeals taken to circuit courts; nature of proceedings and right to jury trial upon appeals to circuit courts.
Section 12-12-72 When appeals may be taken directly to appellate courts.
Section 12-12-73 Bonds on appeals.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title12 > Chapter12

Section 12-12-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) 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 Janu
Section 12-12-10 Supervision of district courts by presiding circuit judges.
Section 12-12-11 Applicability of Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure.
Section 12-12-30 Civil jurisdiction generally.
Section 12-12-31 Small claims actions; representation by attorney optional; when; attorney's fees; prosecution of assigned claims by attorney only; attorney must be licensed.
Section 12-12-32 Criminal jurisdiction generally.
Section 12-12-33 Extradition proceedings.
Section 12-12-34 Juvenile jurisdiction.
Section 12-12-35 Transfer of adoption proceedings to district court from probate court; maintenance of records of adoption proceedings.
Section 12-12-36 Venue generally; transfer of actions improperly located; designation of additional locations for court sites.
Section 12-12-50 "Traffic infraction" defined.
Section 12-12-51 District court jurisdiction of misdemeanor prosecutions for traffic infractions.
Section 12-12-52 Receipt of guilty pleas in traffic infraction prosecutions by magistrates.
Section 12-12-53 Requirement of use of uniform traffic ticket and complaint.
Section 12-12-54 Accounting for uniform traffic tickets and complaints; disposition of forms; records and reports.
Section 12-12-55 Establishment of schedules of fines for traffic infractions; provision for manner of payment and accounting for of fines and costs.
Section 12-12-56 Law enforcement officers, etc., not to dispose of uniform traffic tickets or complaints, etc., in unauthorized manner; persons soliciting, etc., unauthorized disposition, etc., of uni
Section 12-12-70 Right of appeal and procedure for appeals generally; dismissal for failure to appear.
Section 12-12-71 When appeals taken to circuit courts; nature of proceedings and right to jury trial upon appeals to circuit courts.
Section 12-12-72 When appeals may be taken directly to appellate courts.
Section 12-12-73 Bonds on appeals.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title12 > Chapter12

Section 12-12-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) 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 Janu
Section 12-12-10 Supervision of district courts by presiding circuit judges.
Section 12-12-11 Applicability of Alabama Rules of Civil Procedure.
Section 12-12-30 Civil jurisdiction generally.
Section 12-12-31 Small claims actions; representation by attorney optional; when; attorney's fees; prosecution of assigned claims by attorney only; attorney must be licensed.
Section 12-12-32 Criminal jurisdiction generally.
Section 12-12-33 Extradition proceedings.
Section 12-12-34 Juvenile jurisdiction.
Section 12-12-35 Transfer of adoption proceedings to district court from probate court; maintenance of records of adoption proceedings.
Section 12-12-36 Venue generally; transfer of actions improperly located; designation of additional locations for court sites.
Section 12-12-50 "Traffic infraction" defined.
Section 12-12-51 District court jurisdiction of misdemeanor prosecutions for traffic infractions.
Section 12-12-52 Receipt of guilty pleas in traffic infraction prosecutions by magistrates.
Section 12-12-53 Requirement of use of uniform traffic ticket and complaint.
Section 12-12-54 Accounting for uniform traffic tickets and complaints; disposition of forms; records and reports.
Section 12-12-55 Establishment of schedules of fines for traffic infractions; provision for manner of payment and accounting for of fines and costs.
Section 12-12-56 Law enforcement officers, etc., not to dispose of uniform traffic tickets or complaints, etc., in unauthorized manner; persons soliciting, etc., unauthorized disposition, etc., of uni
Section 12-12-70 Right of appeal and procedure for appeals generally; dismissal for failure to appear.
Section 12-12-71 When appeals taken to circuit courts; nature of proceedings and right to jury trial upon appeals to circuit courts.
Section 12-12-72 When appeals may be taken directly to appellate courts.
Section 12-12-73 Bonds on appeals.

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