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Wacky Alabama Laws?

Posted by Andrew Segal | May 01, 2017 | 0 Comments

In Alabama is it illegal to wear a fake beard in church?

Under Alabama law, if someone (without lawful authority) disturbs any lawful assembly or meeting of persons they have committed the crime of disorderly conduct. A person who is convicted of this crime faces up to three months in jail and a fine as high as five hundred dollars.

So, should you decide wear a fake beard to church (that you know will cause a disturbance) and you don't have lawful authority to do so, you mustache yourself: Is if it's worth potentially going to jail?

If you think you're within a whisker of going to jail and you want to avoid a close shave with the law, just give us a call here at Segal and Segal.

Our number is (256) 533-4529.

About the Author

Andrew Segal

Andrew Segal is a former judge and prosecutor who now represents the accused as a criminal defense attorney in Huntsville, Alabama, area courts. Andrew graduated cum laude from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, in 1982. and Washington College of Law at American University in 1988.


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