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Section 12-3-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) Courts created; composition; qualifications of judges.
Section 12-3-2 Election and term of judges of Court of Criminal Appeals; designation of panels of judges to decide cases.
Section 12-3-3 Election and term of judges of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-4 Presiding judges.
Section 12-3-5 Judges to reside in Montgomery during terms of court.
Section 12-3-6 Salaries of judges.
Section 12-3-7 Continuation of laws concerning duties, benefits, etc., of supernumerary judges of courts of appeals.
Section 12-3-8 Powers of judges as to issuance of writs of certiorari, granting of injunctions, etc.
Section 12-3-9 Appellate jurisdiction of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-10 Appellate jurisdiction of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-11 Original jurisdiction of courts of appeals; powers of courts as to issuance of remedial and original writs and punishment for contempt.
Section 12-3-12 Regular term of courts.
Section 12-3-13 Quarters.
Section 12-3-14 Transfer of cases in Court of Criminal Appeals to Supreme Court.
Section 12-3-15 Transfer of cases in Court of Civil Appeals to Supreme Court.
Section 12-3-16 Decisions of Supreme Court to govern holdings and decisions of courts of appeals; decisions and proceedings of courts of appeals subject to general superintendence and control of Supre
Section 12-3-17 Decision of cases in event of absence or disqualification of judge or judges.
Section 12-3-18 Reporting of opinions and decisions of courts.
Section 12-3-19 Marshal and librarian and assistants.
Section 12-3-20 Appointment, compensation, duties, etc., of clerk, assistant clerk, executions clerk and secretaries of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-21 Bond of Clerk of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-22 Dockets Clerk of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-23 Appointment, removal, compensation, etc., of clerk and confidential secretaries of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-24 Bond of Clerk of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-25 Office hours of clerks of courts of appeals.
Section 12-3-26 Powers and duties of clerks.
Section 12-3-27 Law clerks - Appointment.
Section 12-3-28 Law clerks - Clerk to serve appointing judge; dismissal of clerk and appointment of successor.
Section 12-3-29 Law clerks - Salaries.
Section 12-3-30 Payment of salaries of employees of courts.
Section 12-3-31 Payment of cost of preserving records; furnishing of record books, stationery, furniture, etc.
Section 12-3-32 Attorney General to attend criminal cases and civil suits in courts in which state a party.
Section 12-3-33 Applicability of provisions of Section 12-2-9.
Section 12-3-34 Appointment, compensation, etc., of staff attorneys and confidential assistant of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-35 Appointment, compensation, etc., of additional staff attorneys.
Section 12-3-36 Appointment, compensation, etc., of additional confidential assistant.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Alabama > Title12 > Chapter3

Section 12-3-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) Courts created; composition; qualifications of judges.
Section 12-3-2 Election and term of judges of Court of Criminal Appeals; designation of panels of judges to decide cases.
Section 12-3-3 Election and term of judges of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-4 Presiding judges.
Section 12-3-5 Judges to reside in Montgomery during terms of court.
Section 12-3-6 Salaries of judges.
Section 12-3-7 Continuation of laws concerning duties, benefits, etc., of supernumerary judges of courts of appeals.
Section 12-3-8 Powers of judges as to issuance of writs of certiorari, granting of injunctions, etc.
Section 12-3-9 Appellate jurisdiction of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-10 Appellate jurisdiction of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-11 Original jurisdiction of courts of appeals; powers of courts as to issuance of remedial and original writs and punishment for contempt.
Section 12-3-12 Regular term of courts.
Section 12-3-13 Quarters.
Section 12-3-14 Transfer of cases in Court of Criminal Appeals to Supreme Court.
Section 12-3-15 Transfer of cases in Court of Civil Appeals to Supreme Court.
Section 12-3-16 Decisions of Supreme Court to govern holdings and decisions of courts of appeals; decisions and proceedings of courts of appeals subject to general superintendence and control of Supre
Section 12-3-17 Decision of cases in event of absence or disqualification of judge or judges.
Section 12-3-18 Reporting of opinions and decisions of courts.
Section 12-3-19 Marshal and librarian and assistants.
Section 12-3-20 Appointment, compensation, duties, etc., of clerk, assistant clerk, executions clerk and secretaries of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-21 Bond of Clerk of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-22 Dockets Clerk of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-23 Appointment, removal, compensation, etc., of clerk and confidential secretaries of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-24 Bond of Clerk of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-25 Office hours of clerks of courts of appeals.
Section 12-3-26 Powers and duties of clerks.
Section 12-3-27 Law clerks - Appointment.
Section 12-3-28 Law clerks - Clerk to serve appointing judge; dismissal of clerk and appointment of successor.
Section 12-3-29 Law clerks - Salaries.
Section 12-3-30 Payment of salaries of employees of courts.
Section 12-3-31 Payment of cost of preserving records; furnishing of record books, stationery, furniture, etc.
Section 12-3-32 Attorney General to attend criminal cases and civil suits in courts in which state a party.
Section 12-3-33 Applicability of provisions of Section 12-2-9.
Section 12-3-34 Appointment, compensation, etc., of staff attorneys and confidential assistant of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-35 Appointment, compensation, etc., of additional staff attorneys.
Section 12-3-36 Appointment, compensation, etc., of additional confidential assistant.

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Statutes > Alabama > Title12 > Chapter3

Section 12-3-1 (Effective January 1, 2010) Courts created; composition; qualifications of judges.
Section 12-3-2 Election and term of judges of Court of Criminal Appeals; designation of panels of judges to decide cases.
Section 12-3-3 Election and term of judges of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-4 Presiding judges.
Section 12-3-5 Judges to reside in Montgomery during terms of court.
Section 12-3-6 Salaries of judges.
Section 12-3-7 Continuation of laws concerning duties, benefits, etc., of supernumerary judges of courts of appeals.
Section 12-3-8 Powers of judges as to issuance of writs of certiorari, granting of injunctions, etc.
Section 12-3-9 Appellate jurisdiction of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-10 Appellate jurisdiction of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-11 Original jurisdiction of courts of appeals; powers of courts as to issuance of remedial and original writs and punishment for contempt.
Section 12-3-12 Regular term of courts.
Section 12-3-13 Quarters.
Section 12-3-14 Transfer of cases in Court of Criminal Appeals to Supreme Court.
Section 12-3-15 Transfer of cases in Court of Civil Appeals to Supreme Court.
Section 12-3-16 Decisions of Supreme Court to govern holdings and decisions of courts of appeals; decisions and proceedings of courts of appeals subject to general superintendence and control of Supre
Section 12-3-17 Decision of cases in event of absence or disqualification of judge or judges.
Section 12-3-18 Reporting of opinions and decisions of courts.
Section 12-3-19 Marshal and librarian and assistants.
Section 12-3-20 Appointment, compensation, duties, etc., of clerk, assistant clerk, executions clerk and secretaries of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-21 Bond of Clerk of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-22 Dockets Clerk of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-23 Appointment, removal, compensation, etc., of clerk and confidential secretaries of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-24 Bond of Clerk of Court of Civil Appeals.
Section 12-3-25 Office hours of clerks of courts of appeals.
Section 12-3-26 Powers and duties of clerks.
Section 12-3-27 Law clerks - Appointment.
Section 12-3-28 Law clerks - Clerk to serve appointing judge; dismissal of clerk and appointment of successor.
Section 12-3-29 Law clerks - Salaries.
Section 12-3-30 Payment of salaries of employees of courts.
Section 12-3-31 Payment of cost of preserving records; furnishing of record books, stationery, furniture, etc.
Section 12-3-32 Attorney General to attend criminal cases and civil suits in courts in which state a party.
Section 12-3-33 Applicability of provisions of Section 12-2-9.
Section 12-3-34 Appointment, compensation, etc., of staff attorneys and confidential assistant of Court of Criminal Appeals.
Section 12-3-35 Appointment, compensation, etc., of additional staff attorneys.
Section 12-3-36 Appointment, compensation, etc., of additional confidential assistant.

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