In Powell v. Alabama, 287 U.S. 45 (1932) the United States Supreme Court reversed the convictions of nine young black men for allegedly raping two white women on a freight train near Scottsboro, Alabama. The majority of the Court reasoned that the right to retain and be represented by a lawyer was fundamental to a fair ...
Jul 2, 2015 ... Case opinion for AL Court of Criminal Appeals WILLIAMS v. STATE. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
494 So. 2d 819 (1986). Jerry Wayne WILLIAMS, alias v. STATE. 3 Div. 133. Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama. May 13, 1986. Rehearing Denied June 10, 1986 . Certiorari Denied September 19, 1986. *821 Jeffery C. Duffey of Duffey & Wallace, Montgomery, for appellant. Charles A. Graddick, Atty. Gen., and Helen P .
461 So. 2d 834 (1983). Danny Ray WILLIAMS v. STATE. 6 Div. 761. Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama. May 31, 1983. Rehearing Denied July 5, 1983. * 836 Orson L. Johnson, Birmingham, for appellant. *837 Charles A. Graddick, Atty. Gen., and Edward Carnes and William D. Little, Asst. Attys. Gen., for appellee.
451 So. 2d 411 (1984). Gary Wade WILLIAMS v. STATE of Alabama. 8 Div. 940. Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama. January 31, 1984. Rehearing Denied March 20, 1984. Certiorari Denied June 1, 1984. *413 Fred B. Simpson and Fulton S. Hamilton, Huntsville, for appellant. Charles A. Graddick, Atty. Gen., and Gerrilyn ...
565 So. 2d 1233 (1990). Billy Gray WILLIAMS v. STATE. 8 Div. 300. Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama. March 16, 1990. Rehearing Denied April 27, 1990. Certiorari Denied June 22, 1990. B.T. Gardner, Jr., Tuscumbia, for appellant. Don Siegelman, Atty. Gen., and J. Thomas Leverette, Asst. Atty. Gen., for appellee.
375 So. 2d 1257 (1979). James Ceefers WILLIAMS v. STATE. 1 Div. 976. Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama. August 21, 1979. Rehearing Denied October 2, 1979. *1259 Al Pennington, Mobile, for appellant. William J. Baxley, Atty. Gen. and Mary Jane LeCroy, Asst. Atty. Gen., for the State, appellee. DeCARLO, Judge .
Jun 26, 2015 ... the law is noteworthy because the State could not have offered evidence of Mr. Williams's juvenile arrests to establish any aggravating factors. In Alabama, “ juvenile charges, even those that result in an adjudication of guilt, are not convictions and may not be used to enhance punishment.” Thompson v.
The domicil of one spouse within a State gives power to that State, we have held, to dissolve a marriage wheresover contracted. In view of Williams v. North Carolina, supra, the jurisdictional requirement of domicil is freed from confusing refinements about 'matrimonial domicil', see Davis v. Davis, 305 U.S. 32, 41, 59 S .Ct. 3, ...