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DUI attorney Russell Crumbley spoke to WAFF 48 News regarding the legal process surrounding a deadly DUI case in Madison County, Alabama involving a bicyclist.
DUI lawyer - Russell Crumbley discusses expungement laws in Alabama with WAAY 31 as it relates to the recent DUI case involving a local city councilman.
Local Attorney - Russell Crumbley weighs in on WHNT 19 about the situation in Texas involving a Dallas Police officer who was involved in a shooting at her apartment complex.
WAAY 31 News interviews local criminal lawyer Russell Crumbley about what it will take for the prosecution to convict a Huntsville police officer of murder.
Attorney Jon Blackwell weighs in on a recent WAFF 48 News feature regarding an Alabama Law that was struck down by a Federal Judge. That law would require a minor who wishes to have an abortion go through a trial where the fetus is represented by an attorney. Attorney Blackwell explains that this law would impede on the minor's right to privacy.
Huntsville DUI Attorney - Russell Crumbley weighs in on the cost of a DUI in North Alabama a WAFF 48 News segment on July 11, 2017.
In the case of Michelle Carter, who was recently found guilty of manslaughter charges in Massachusetts, there remains some speculation on exactly why she was convicted in the death of Conrad Roy III. Huntsville Defense Attorney Russell Crumbley explains exactly why and how she was convicted of this crime.
A recent story published on WAFF 48 News in Huntsville, Alabama features Attorney Russell Crumbley of explaining the details of a new Alabama Vehicular Homicide statute that is set to go into effect in August of 2017.
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