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Suspect in dramatic Maysville arrest identified


Body cameras on officers ensure transparency between officers and citizen interactions. Absent video footage there is simply a swearing match between witnesses. Officers testimony should not carry more weight than the citizen’s testimony.

4 defendants in Randlett Drive robbery-turned-murder case plead not guilty

AG: Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals affirmed the conviction in the murder of Ke’Lei Morris

Prosecutors: Six people involved in Mobile fatal shooting

Bond set at $150,000 for Argyle Road murder suspect

Local case, the defendant is represented by owner and founding attorney, Christine Hernandez. 

Third arrest made in 2017 Mobile double homicide

Prominent local case in which defendant is represented by founding attorney, Christine Hernandez.

3rd suspect arrested in 2017 Gulfwood double homicide

Recent developments in case noted above, represented by attorney Christine Hernandez.

Irvington man accused of killing girlfriend with baseball bat, wrapping her in tarp

Attorney Christine Hernandez represents the defendant in local case.

Judicial Inquiry Commission investigating Strickland Youth Center judge

A local news story involving attorney Christine Hernandez and a case involving an Alabama judge.

Prosecutors say West Mobile murder victim was asleep when he was shot and killed by his son

Our founder Christine Hernandez was interviewed by FOX10 regarding the case of a client she was defending.

Roberts pleads guilty to impersonating deputy constable

In 2018, we represented a man who was accused of impersonating an officer of the law. Attorney and founder Christine Hernandez fought aggressively for the client she represented.

Mobile County Probate Court window still shut, attorneys speak out.

Attorney Christine Hernandez fought for a same-sex couple’s ability to receive a marriage license after helping the couple sue for the right to marry.

Alabama gets its bill for fighting marriage equality: $545,000 and counting.

Founding attorney Christine Hernandez filed a motion for reimbursement in legal fees for same-sex couples fighting for equality.

Gay marriage comes to Alabama over chief judge’s objections.

Article highlighting 2015 groundbreaking victory in LGBTQ rights case, represented by attorney Christine Hernandez, and its impact on Alabama couples.

Federal Court Strikes Down Alabama Ban on Marriage Equality.

Historic case for LGBTQ equality in Alabama- attorney Christine Hernandez represented plaintiffs in victory for marriage equality.

Mobile County grand jury indicts Mary Montgomery teacher accused of having sex with student

High profile 2013 Grand Jury trial- defendant was represented by founding attorney, Christine Hernandez.

Mobile teacher charged with sexual contact with student to serve 6 months for assault

Attorney Christine Hernandez represented the defendant in a local 2017 teacher misconduct case.