Section 27-31A-3.1 Risk retention groups to comply with governance standards. (a) By January
1, 2016, existing risk retention groups shall be in compliance with the governance standards
set forth in this section. New risk retention groups shall be in compliance with these standards
at the time of licensure. (b) The board of directors or board, as used in this section, means
the governing body of the risk retention group elected by the shareholders or members to establish
policy, elect or appoint officers and committees, and make other governing decisions. Director,
as used in this section, means a natural person designated in the articles of the risk retention
group, or designated, elected, or appointed by any other manner, name, or title to act as
a member of the board of directors. (c)(1) The board of directors of the risk retention group
shall have a majority of independent directors. If the risk retention group is a reciprocal,
then the attorney-in-fact would be required to adhere...
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Section 32-5A-330 Definitions; applicability; violations. (a) As used in this section, the
following terms are defined: (1) OPEN CONTAINER. A container which is other than in the manufacturer's
sealed condition. (2) PUBLIC HIGHWAY or RIGHT-OF-WAY OF A PUBLIC HIGHWAY. The entire width
between and immediately adjacent to the boundary lines of any public road, street, highway,
interstate, or other publicly maintained way when any part is open to the use of the public
for purposes of motor vehicle travel. (b) It is unlawful for a person to have in his or her
possession alcoholic beverages in an open container in the passenger area of a motor vehicle
of any kind on a public highway or right-of-way of a public highway of this state. (c) This
section shall not apply to: (1) A passenger of a motor vehicle designed, maintained, or primarily
used for the transportation of persons for compensation and the driver holds a valid commercial
driver's license. (2) A passenger of a bus for which the...
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Section 32-6-233.1 Unauthorized use of parking places. (a) It shall be unlawful for any person
who does not have a distinctive special long-term access or long-term disability access license
plate or placard or temporary disability placard as provided in Section 32-6-231, or who is
not transporting a passenger who has a distinctive special long-term access or long-term disability
access license plate or placard or temporary disability placard as provided in Section 32-6-231,
to park a motor vehicle in a parking place designated for individuals with disabilities at
any place of public accommodation, any business or legal entity engaged in interstate commerce
or which is subject to any federal or state laws requiring access by individuals with disabilities,
any amusement facility or resort or any other place to which the general public is invited
or solicited, even though located on private property. Upon conviction, notwithstanding any
other penalty provision which may be authorized or...
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Section 40-12-265 Mutilation or alteration of tags; replacement tags; use of improper tags.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to mutilate or alter, for the purpose of deception,
any motor vehicle tag, plate, or validation stamp or to use upon any motor vehicle any tags,
plates, or validation stamps in imitation of or substitution for authorized issued tags, plates,
or validation stamps. It shall be the duty of all sheriffs, police officers, state troopers,
license inspectors, deputy license inspectors, and field agents of the Department of Revenue
to arrest any person violating the provisions of this section, and upon conviction of any
such person a fine of not less than $25 nor exceeding $100 shall be imposed for each offense.
The license inspector shall receive a fee of $1.50 for making such arrest, which arrest fee
shall be collected as a part of the costs in any such action before a court of competent jurisdiction.
(b) In case the tag, plate, or validation stamp becomes so...
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Section 40-2A-10 Confidentiality, disclosure, and exchange of tax returns and tax information.
THIS SECTION WAS AMENDED BY ACT 2019-101 IN THE 2019 REGULAR SESSION, EFFECTIVE MAY 6, 2019.
THIS IS NOT IN THE CURRENT CODE SUPPLEMENT. (a) Except as otherwise provided in this section,
it shall be unlawful for any person to print, publish, or divulge, without the written permission
or approval of the taxpayer, the return of any taxpayer or any part of the return, or any
information secured in arriving at the amount of tax or value reported, for any purpose other
than the proper administration of any matter administered by the department, a county, or
a municipality, or upon order of any court, or as otherwise allowed in this section. Statistical
information pertaining to taxes may be disclosed at the discretion of the commissioner or
his or her delegate to the legislative or executive branch of the state. Upon request, the
commissioner or his or her delegate may make written disclosure as...
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Section 9-13-60 Unauthorized cutting, removal, transportation, etc., of timber or other forest
products. (a) It is unlawful for any person or persons to do any of the following: (1) Willfully
and knowingly cut, kill, destroy, girdle, chop, chip, saw or otherwise damage timber or forest
products not his own or without authority of the legal owner. (2) Willfully and knowingly
remove timber or other forest products other than his own or without authority of the legal
owner. (3) Willfully and knowingly transport timber or other forest products which have been
severed or removed in violation of subdivision (1) or (2). (4) Willfully and knowingly purchase
or contract to purchase or otherwise obtain timber or forest products severed, removed or
transported in violation of subdivision (1), (2), or (3). (5) Willfully and knowingly sell,
contract to sell or otherwise dispose of logs, poles, piling, crossties, pulpwood, veneer
bolts, staves, or other unmanufactured or semimanufactured forest...
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Section 11-43A-18 Appointment of city manager; temporary acting city manager; removal; dealings
with administrative service. The council, by a majority vote of the whole qualified membership
of the council, shall appoint a city manager, who shall be an officer of the city, and shall
have the powers to perform the duties in this article provided. No councilman shall receive
such appointment during the term for which the council member shall have been elected nor
within one year after expiration of the term. Any civil service act applicable to the municipality
shall not apply to the appointment or the removal of the city manager. A temporary acting
city manager may be designated by the council to serve for not more than four months in these
events, but only in these events: (1) When the first council takes office after adoption of
this article or (2) following the removal of any permanent city manager. Such temporary acting
city manager shall perform the duties and assume the obligations...
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Section 12-16-59 Drawings from master jury box; preparation and contents of juror qualification
forms; completion of qualification forms by prospective jurors; misrepresentation of material
facts on qualification forms. (a) From time to time and in a manner prescribed by the circuit
court, the jury commission shall publicly draw at random from the master jury box the names
or identifying numbers of as many prospective jurors as the court orders. Neither the names
drawn nor any list thereof shall be disclosed to any person other than pursuant to this article
or specific order of the court. The jury commission shall mail to every prospective juror
whose name is drawn from the master jury box a juror qualification form accompanied by instructions
to fill out and return the form to the jury commission within 10 days after its receipt. (b)
The juror qualification form shall be prepared by the Supreme Court of Alabama and shall elicit
the name, age and address of the prospective juror, and...
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Section 13A-7-29 Criminal littering. (a) A person commits the crime of criminal littering if
he or she engages in any of the following acts: (1) Knowingly deposits in any manner litter
on any public or private property or in any public or private waters without permission to
do so. For purposes of this subdivision, any series of items found in the garbage, trash,
or other discarded material including, but not limited to, bank statements, utility bills,
bank card bills, and other financial documents, clearly bearing the name of a person shall
constitute a rebuttable presumption that the person whose name appears on the material knowingly
deposited the litter. Advertising, marketing, and campaign materials and literature shall
not be sufficient to constitute a rebuttable presumption of criminal littering under this
subsection. (2) Negligently deposits, in any manner, glass or other dangerously pointed or
edged objects on or adjacent to water to which the public has lawful access for...
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Section 15-23-17 Assessment of additional costs and penalties; collection and disposition of
additional assessments, etc. (a) In all criminal and quasi-criminal proceedings for the violation
of laws of the state or municipal ordinances which are tried in any court or tribunal in this
state, wherein the defendant is adjudged guilty or pleads guilty, or is adjudicated a juvenile
delinquent or youthful offender, or wherein a bond is forfeited and the result of the forfeiture
is a final disposition of the case or wherein any penalty is imposed, there is imposed an
additional cost of court in the amount of two dollars ($2) for each traffic infraction, ten
dollars ($10) in each proceeding where the offense constitutes a misdemeanor and/or a violation
of a municipal ordinance other than traffic infractions, and fifteen dollars ($15) in each
proceeding where the offense constitutes a felony , but there shall be no additional costs
imposed for violations relating to parking of vehicles. The...
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