dollars ($20) for unspayed dogs or cats. The license fee provided for by this section shall
be in addition to all other dog or cat licenses or fees provided for by law. (c) All fees
collected pursuant to this section shall be deposited into a separate fund in Madison County
to be used solely for the animal control shelter program established hereunder. (d) The county
commission is hereby authorized to create the position of animal control officer in Madison
County and if the position is created, the officer shall serve at the pleasure of the county
commission and shall have the duty of administering this section, subject to rules and regulations
promulgated by the county commission from time to time. The officer shall also perform such
other duties as may be required of him or her by law or required of him or her by any organization
or society under the law. (e) Any dog or cat on the property of its owner or on a leash
shall be exempt from this section. (Act 88-424, p. 626, §§ 1-5.)...
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Section 13A-11-245 Disposition of animal. (a) The law enforcement officer or agent of the county
or municipality may provide for the dog or cat until either the dog or cat is returned to
the owner by the court, or the court refuses to return the dog or cat to the owner and implements
one of the procedures pursuant to subsection (c). (b) If the owner is adjudged by the court,
with certification from a licensed veterinarian, to be able to provide adequately for and
have custody of the dog or cat, the dog or cat shall be returned to the owner. (c) If the
court determines that the owner of the dog or cat is unable, unwilling, or unfit to adequately
provide for, protect, and have custody of the dog or cat, the court may implement the following
by court order: (1) Upon the testimony of the person taking custody, a licensed veterinarian,
or another qualified witness that the dog or cat requires destruction or other disposition
for humane reasons or is of no commercial value, order the dog or...
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Section 15-20A-4 Definitions. For purposes of this chapter, the following words shall have
the following meanings: (1) ADULT SEX OFFENDER. A person convicted of a sex offense. (2) CHILD.
A person who has not attained the age of 12. (3) CHILDCARE FACILITY. A licensed child daycare
center, a licensed childcare facility, or any other childcare service that is exempt from
licensing pursuant to Section 38-7-3, if it is sufficiently conspicuous that a reasonable
person should know or recognize its location or its address has been provided to local law
enforcement. (4) CONVICTION. A verdict or finding of guilt as the result of a trial, a plea
of guilty, a plea of nolo contendere, or an Alford plea regardless of whether adjudication
was withheld. Conviction includes, but is not limited to, a conviction in a United States
territory, a conviction in a federal or military tribunal, including a court martial conducted
by the Armed Forces of the United States, a conviction for an offense committed...
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Section 45-49-170.22 Investigations; impounding; judicial determination. (a) An animal control
officer or law enforcement officer of Mobile County shall investigate any incidents involving
any dog reported to be dangerous or a nuisance in the unincorporated areas of Mobile County.
(b) If a dog, which is unowned and has been reported to be dangerous, bites a person, the
dog may be quarantined and destroyed pursuant to subsection of Section 3-7A-9. For purposes
of this subsection, bites means the same as has been exposed as defined in subdivision (5)
of Section 3-7A-1. (c) If there is probable cause to believe that an owned dog is dangerous
or a nuisance and has caused serious physical injury or has caused damage to real or personal
property, the law enforcement officer or animal control officer shall impound the dog pending
disposition of a petition to declare a dog to be dangerous or a nuisance. The county may impound
the dog at the county pound as described in Section 3-7A-7, or may...
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Section 45-11-172.02 THIS SECTION WAS ASSIGNED BY THE CODE COMMISSIONER IN THE 2019 REGULAR
SESSION, EFFECTIVE MARCH 15, 2018. THIS IS NOT IN THE CURRENT CODE SUPPLEMENT. (a) An animal
control officer or law enforcement officer of the county shall investigate any incidents involving
any dog reported to be dangerous or a nuisance in the unincorporated areas of the county.
(b) If a dog, which is unowned and has been reported to be dangerous, bites a person, the
dog may be quarantined and destroyed pursuant to Section 3-7A-9(b). For purposes of this subsection,
"bites" means the same as "has been exposed" as defined in Section 3-7A-1(5).
(c) If there is probable cause to believe that an owned dog is dangerous or a nuisance and
has caused serious physical injury or has caused damage to real or personal property, the
law enforcement officer or animal control officer shall impound the dog pending disposition
of a petition to declare a dog to be dangerous or a nuisance. The county may impound...
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Section 3-6A-4 Sworn statement; dangerous dog investigation; hearing; procedures. (a)(1) When
a person claims that a dog is dangerous, the person shall make a sworn statement before a
city magistrate or sheriff setting forth the name of the dog owner, if known, the location
where the dog is being kept in the city or county, and the reason he or she believes the dog
to be dangerous. (2) The sworn statement shall be delivered to an animal control officer who
shall complete a dangerous dog investigation.When the sworn statement claims that a dog has
caused serious physical injury or death to a person, the duties of the animal control officer,
including but not limited to the dangerous dog investigation, shall be carried out by a law
enforcement officer. (b) An animal control officer may initiate a dangerous dog investigation
in cases where a complaint has been made pursuant to subsection (a) and a person has been
bitten, received physical injury or serious physical injury, or has died....
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Section 3-9-1 Definitions. As used in this chapter, the following words shall have the following
meanings: (1) ANIMAL SHELTER. Any facility operated by or under contract for the state or
any county, municipal corporation, or other political subdivision of the state for the purpose
of impounding or harboring seized, stray, homeless, abandoned, or unwanted dogs, cats, and
other animals; any veterinary hospital or clinic operated by a veterinarian or veterinarians
which operates for such purpose in addition to its customary purposes; and any facility operated,
owned, or maintained by a duly incorporated humane society, animal welfare organization, or
other nonprofit organization for the purpose of providing for and promoting the welfare, protection,
and humane treatment of animals. (2) ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANIZATION. Any unincorporated nonprofit
organization or business entity existing for fostering and adopting dogs and cats by the public.
(3) SEXUALLY MATURE ANIMAL. Any dog or cat that has...
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Section 45-45-80 Administrative fees. (a) The Madison County Work Release and Pre-Trial Release
Commission may establish administrative fees to fund alternative sentencing programs, educational
programs, intervention programs, treatment programs, and other programs to serve the courts
of the Twenty-third Judicial Circuit, and may collect the fees from any person ordered by
the courts to complete an alternative sentencing program, or other program administered by
the commission. (b) The commission shall have sole authority to establish administrative fees
to fund the programs that serve the courts of the Twenty-third Judicial Circuit. (c) Any person
who, upon court order, enrolls in any educational program, intervention program, or treatment
program, administered by the commission shall at the time of enrollment be notified of any
fees associated with the program, and shall be notified of the location and cost of any equivalent
program offered in their home county. Any program that...
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Section 22-28-23 Local air pollution control programs. (a) Except as provided in this section,
it is the intention of this chapter to occupy by preemption the field of air pollution control
within all areas of the State of Alabama. However, nothing in this section shall be construed
to limit or abrogate any private remedies now available to any person for the alleviation,
abatement, control, correction, or prevention of air pollution or restitution for damage resulting
therefrom. (b) Subject to the provisions of this section, each municipal governing body which
had municipal ordinances in effect on, or before, July 1, 1969, which pertain to air pollution
control and which provide for the creation and establishment of an air pollution control board
and each county board of health shall have the authority to establish, and thereafter administer,
within their jurisdictions, a local air pollution control program which: (1) Provides, subject
to subsection (d) of this section, by ordinance,...
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Section 3-7A-2 Dogs, cats, and ferrets to be immunized; sale, etc., of vaccine; vaccination
exemptions. (a) Every owner of a dog, cat, or ferret required to be immunized for rabies as
defined in this chapter, shall cause the animal to be immunized by the rabies officer, his
or her authorized representative, or any duly licensed veterinarian, when the animal reaches
three months of age and subsequently in accordance with the intervals specified in the vaccine's
license. Notwithstanding the above, the State Board of Health may establish by rule vaccine
intervals or specific vaccines, or both, to be used in public rabies vaccination clinics,
based on considerations such as county specific prevalence of animal rabies or risk of animal
rabies and the vaccination rates of dogs, cats, and ferrets in a county. Evidence of immunization
shall consist of a printed certificate furnished by the Alabama Department of Public Health,
upon which shall be legibly inscribed: A description of the animal;...
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