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44 Ala. Law. 1 (1983)

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VOL 44, No.                 JANUARY 1983
Published Bimonthly by
The Alabama State Bar                                                         THE                            JANUA
P_ 0. Box 056, Montgomery AL, 361oi
Phone (zo) 269-I5
,obert A. Huffaker-Editor  Jen Nowell-Managing Editor
'hillip E. Adams, Jr., Opelika * Braxton W. Ashe,
'uscumbia e Robert P. Denniston, Mobile e Vanzetta
'enn Durant, Montgomery e Patrick H. Graves, Jr.,
luntsville a Robert   B. Harwood, Jr., Tusca-
osa 0 Champ Lyons, Jr., Mobile e William D. Melton,
vergreen * L. Drew Redden, Birmingham 0 Carol Ann
mith, Birmingham e J. Mark White, Birming-
am o J. 0. Sentell, ex-officio, Montgomery
lorborne C. Stone, Jr., Bay Minette e President
lilliam B. Hairston, Jr., Birmingham * President-elect
harles R. Adair, Dadeville 0 Vice President
eginald T. Hamner, Montgomery 0 Secretary
t Circuit, Edward P. Turner, Jr., Chatom 0 2nd Circuit,                                                                  Here      comes the         judg-
* Richard Hartley, Greenville * 3rd Circuit, J. Gorman
[ouston, Jr., Eufaula  4-th Circuit, Harry W. Gamble,
%. Selma 0 Sth Circuit, Charles R. Adair, Dadeville * 6th
ircuit, Walter P. Crownover, Tuscaloosa 0 7th Circuit,                                                                       T   e 1982 vote resulted in the election
* Wayne Love, Anniston * 8th Circuit, Robert Straub,                                                                     of several new      circuit and district court
,'catur 9 9th Circuit, William  D. Scruggs, Jr., Ft.
ayne e ioth   Circuit,   Warren     B.   Lightfoot,
irmingham a iith Circuit, Stewart O'Bannon, Jr.,                                                                         wilfill thebench in our Alabama courts.
lorence 0 iath Circuit, Joe C. Cassady, Enterprise * i3th
i -cuit, Ben H. Harris, Jr., Mobile 0 i-th Circuit, Joel P.
obinson, Jr., Jasper * isth Circuit, Albert W. Copeland,
1ontgomery 6 16th Circuit, Ludger D. Martin,
Ldsden * 17th   Circuit,   Richard    S.   Manley,
cmopolis * 18th    Circuit,   Oliver    P.   Head,
clumbiana * wgth Circuit, Ted Taylor, Prattville e 2oth
ircuit, Wade Baxley, Dothan e zist Circuit, Broox G.
orrert, Brewton 0 22nd Circuit, Harold Albritton,
tidalusia 0 23rd  Circuit,   Gary   C.   Huckaby,
iintsville * 24th Circuit, L. E. Gosa, Vernon o z5th           Appelate          practicenp        inters
ircuit, Nelson Vinson, Hamilton * 26th Circuit, Bob
ilk, Phenix City * 27th Circuit, Charles R. Hare, Jr.,                                                 -pg. 6
[bertville  2.8th Circuit, J. Don Foster, Foley 0 29th
rcuit, Huel M. Love, Talladega * 3oth Circuit, Charles            Appellate practice can often beatrap
Robinson, Pell City * 31st Circuit, Gorman R. Jones,          for the unwary. Learn how           to avoid the
ieffield  0 32nd  Circuit, John    David   Knight,
Alman * 33rd Circuit, William B. Matthews, Ozark               p
ih Circuit, H. Neil Taylor, Sr., Russellville * 35th
rcuit, Edwin C. Page, Jr., Evergreen * 36th Circuit, A.
iilip Reich II, Moulton * 37th Circuit, Robert M.
arper, Auburn * 38th Circuit, John F. Proctor,
ottsboro * 39th Circuit, William Bruce Sherrill, Athens
On the cover
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-ch, May, July, September and November by the Board of
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