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Senator Melson Introduces A Pre-Filed Billed That Appears To Be Like One Already On The Books

Rickey Stokes

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Date: Feb 03 2019 9:16 PM

MONTGOMERY:     Get ready, get set, GO!

In March 2019 the citizens of Alabama better get ready for the Alabama Legislature to enter the halls of Government where they are there to "help you".

We are watching pre-filed legislative bills this session. A lot of rumors of loot of money to be taken out of your pockets.

This will be the time to tell if Alabama Governor Kay Ivey can "steady the ship" as she calls it. 

Since former Alabama Governor Robert Bentley resigned a lot of what he set the stage for has been Ivey who has taken credit. Ivey had been Governor for 100 days and was in Dothan bragging about the unemployment rate in Alabama. If she did that is 100 days, she can walk on water.

Yes, Robert Bentley had warts. But a lot she has taken credit for it was Bentley that set the stage for.

Now it begins time for Kay Ivey to show us what she can do and can not do. 


Senator Melson, District 1 of the Alabama Senate, represents Lawrence County, Limestone County and Madison County. Senator Melso has introduced Senate Bill 13.  This bill allows law enforcement officers to do a "summons" rather than an arrest. This is Municipal Officers not Deputy Sheriff’s.

Currently in the Alabama Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 3.1(b) there is already in place a means for summons. The issuing judge or magistrate can make a decision to issue a summons rather than an arrest warrant.

A summons is an order to appear in court on a specific offense where an arrest warrant calls for the person to be arrested, booked into jail and bond made.

In reading Senator Melson’s legislation and the current Rule 3.1(b), the arresting officer can make the decision for a summons rather than an arrest.

RSN has sent a email to Senator Melson for comments about this legislation. If he does not respond I will travel and find him.

RSN is going to watch the Alabama Senate and House of Representatives this legislative session. We are going to keep a close eye and report to you what is going on.

A lot of business to cover to keep you informed.

We need more advertising. We are your watch dogs and a lot is going on. It negatively impacts you and there is no one else with the backbone to inform you and challenge certain power brokers.

SENATOR NELSON, District 1, Laudersale County, Limestone County, Madison County:  334-261-0773:  Office address 11 S. Union Street Montgomery, Alabama 36130-4600:  EMAIL:

Tim Melson is an American physician and politician. A Republican, he has served as a member of the Alabama State Senate from the 1st District since 2015. Wikipedia

TEXT RICKEY STOKES (334) 790 - 1729. Send scene information. Take pictures of your elected officials and who they are meeting with and send them to me. We need to know what they are doing.

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Senator Melson Introduces A Pre-Filed Billed That Appears To Be Like One Already On The Books

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