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Assistant District Attorney

Cullman County


Assistant District Attorney


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http://www.cullmantimes.com/local/local_story_232213848.html

Cullman County Assistant District Attorney Jeff Roberts said the trial would likely be postponed due to delays in forensic evidence."We're still waiting on some comparences with the autopsy," Roberts said."That's the holdup.""Clearly it's not Jeff's (Roberts) fault the state is so backlogged," Smith said.Roberts noted however, that the department may soon reopen the office."I talked to forensics and they're opening the Huntsville office in September," Roberts said."Hopefully that'll speed things up."However, Roberts said forensics delays would not keep him from trying the case indefinitely."We're going to try the case," Roberts said.


http://www.cullmantimes.com/local/x2088984437/ROUNDUP-Largest-crackdown-ever-nets-96-drug-arrests

Assistant District Attorney Jeff Roberts said the local office is ready to move forward with these cases in the courtroom, as well.
"This was a significant step forward in combating drugs in this county, and we will prosecute those involved to the full extent of the law," he said.


http://www.cullmantimes.com/local/x282173180/Man-convicted-of-assault

Assistant District Attorney Jeff Roberts said he was pleased with the verdict passed down.
"I appreciate the jury listening, because there were a lot of issues in the case," he said.


http://www.waaytv.com/Global/story.asp?S=10112930

Assistant District Attorney Jeff Roberts says prosecutors favored a plea deal because it appeared to be a "crime of passion."
Roberts says the victim's daughter approved the plea deal.


http://www.cullmantimes.com/local/local_story_363002440.html

Assistant District Attorney Jeff Roberts said people transporting alcohol in the city can only carry three quarts of alcohol or wine and one case of beer.He said residents can carry two cases of beer as long as there is no other alcohol in the vehicle.Roberts said anyone caught transporting more than the legal limit will face illegal possession of alcohol charges.He said the penalty for illegal possession is a fine ranging from $50 to $500 dollars and up to 30 days in jail.Roberts said anyone caught transporting five gallons of liquor or wine or five cases of beer can face bootlegging charges.He said penalty for bootlegging is up to a $5,000 fine and up to 5 years in prison.


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