Davidson High School Hazing Case: Press Release

    Press Release August 15, 2018 Contact: Robin Hudson 251-574-5000 For Immediate Release:   The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office has reviewed all of the evidence in this case that was provided to the Mobile Police Department by Ms. Kim and other parents of students at Davidson High School. Based on all of the evidence…

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August Employee Spotlight: Abby Mason

Let me introduce you to Abby Mason. This hard-working staffer was born in Lucedale Mississippi and moved to Mobile as a small child. After graduating from the University of South Alabama, with an accounting degree, she continued her career with the Mobile County District Attorney’s office. She has worked for MCDA for the past 16…

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Our White Collar Prosecution Division is BACK!

In 2011, the state of Alabama instated massive budget cuts that severely affected our offices. This decrease in funding forced us to do away with our White Collar Division. Which in turn, transferred the responsibility of prosecuting white collar crimes to the already overloaded Assistant District Attorneys in circuit court. Since then, our office has…

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UNCLAIMED Restitution Owed to Victims of Crimes

  Mobile County currently has over $848,000 in unclaimed restitution owed to victims of crimes. We are looking for these individuals so they may be compensated for losses incurred due to a crime.   Restitution is a court-ordered remittance that a convicted offender pays to the victim as part of their sentence. Restitution can cover…

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Understanding the Juvenile Prosecution Process

Juvenile Prosecution is an essential component of our justice system, and the James T. Strickland Youth Center is where it takes place. The efforts of the employees and Assistant District Attorneys at Strickland Youth Center contribute to the rehabilitation, punishment, deterrence, and housing of juvenile offenders. They also ensure that our community is protected and that…

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National Crime Victims’ Rights Week 2018

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week is observed across the nation every year in April. Its purpose is to raise awareness of the impact that crimes have on victims and their families. One of our main focuses at the DA’s office is to ensure justice for our victims. This is why this week is so dear…

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Julius Tolbert Found Guilty of Domestic Violence First Degree

After ADA ChaLea Tisdale’s compelling closing arguments, a circuit court jury found Julius Tolbert guilty of Domestic Violence First Degree on June 8, 2018. Tolbert was accused of shooting the mother of his child while she held their young son on June 24, 2014. This was not the first time that Julius intimidated Shanta with…

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