Our office was pleased to work with Habitat for Humanity to help neighbors in our community.
Thank you, Coach Murphy. your team’s excellence is unparalleled and a great model for our office.
What a pleasant surprise! Thank you, Billy Doss, President of the Tuscaloosa County Fire Protection Association. We appreciate you and all of our volunteer firefighters for your selfless service and friendship.
Thank you Eddie Sherlock, Loren Rafferty, Kate Furek, and Jonathan Cross for your hard work in trials last week!
Happy Halloween from the District Attorney’s Office!
Kathy Byrd, of the League of Women Voters, is looking at our office’s new Do The Right Thing wristband. Hays was honored to speak this week with the LWV, UA Law School’s Law Society, and the morning Rotary Club.
We are pleased to be joined this semester by UA Social Work interns Elizabeth Hamm and Dustin Smith. They are a great asset to our office as we serve victims throughout our Tuscaloosa County community.
University of Alabama volunteer Charles Lee was a great asset to our office and worked last semester with ADA Beth Crutchfield.
Our office thanks Lance Hocutt for the ice cream treats this week! Thank you so much for your support, Lance and family!
Best Wishes! UA interns Teresa Sprain and Katrena Dale have completed the inaugural semester of our social work program. They were supervised by Joanne Terrell and worked with our own Marilyn Anderson and Leigh Kennedy to help us better serve the victims of crime in Tuscaloosa County.
Hays joined Byron Wade, Reginal King, and Mac Gipson in speaking to Central High School students at the ABC Board’s alcohol education and safe prom program.
ADA Justin Jones (Far L) joins Samara Early (3rd from L) as she receives the U.A. Community Engagement Program’s Community Affairs Parent/Teacher Leadership Academy Award.
We are glad that Jill Ganus rejoined our office last week. She and Dave Peacock taught on April 6, 2017 at the Law Enforcement Academy.
Please join us at the Bama Theater on March 28. Problems related to prescription drug and opioid abuse are not limited to the big cities. Addiction and overdoses are wreaking havoc in small towns throughout our nation.
Our own Elliott Lipinsky (R) representing the Kiwanis Club of Greater Tuscaloosa.
With our friends from the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama. L-R: Mr. Jim Page, Mr. Al Spencer, DA Hays Webb, and Mr. Donny Jones.
ADA Justin Jones (1st seated on left) representing the DA’s Office at UA’s Diversity Day Luncheon.
ADA Elliott Lipinsky and DA Hays Webb at the Veteran’s Clinic.
Our own ADA Justin Jones and his Georgia State University School of Law team at the SRBLSA Regional Mock Trial Competition.
Hays and the NAACP’s Jerry Carter spoke with students at The Bridge program. Here Mr. Carter and Hays pose with program instructors (L-R): Christine Smith, Jasmine Knox, Elaine Heard, and Marilyn Simon.
Newly sworn-in Tuscaloosa County District Court Judges The Hon. Jim Gentry and The Hon. Joanne Jannik with Tuscaloosa County District Attorney Hays Webb
Thank you to our State Troopers for all that you do. We appreciate you, and we enjoyed the Christmas party.
Thank-you to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve for giving us the opportunity to participate in Toys for Tots this Holiday Season!
The D.A. Office’s 2016 Tuscaloosa Christmas Parade float.
Congratulations graduates! Today our office was proud to attend and support the Commencement for Session 16-03 of the Law Enforcement Academy Tuscaloosa of the Alabama Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission (APOSTC).
Bill Dobbs, Lt. Col, USMC (Ret) of the Alabama Marines Foundation delivers the District Attorney’s Toys For Tots donation box to Katherine Waldon and District Attorney Hays Webb.
Please help us make dreams come true for some West Alabama children! Toy donations can be made at the Toys For Tots donation box located at the District Attorney’s Office on the 4th Floor of the Tuscaloosa County Courthouse.
Happy Veterans Day, from the Tuscaloosa County Veterans Memorial Service.
DA Child Support Unit Director, ADA Paige Elliott and her daughter participate in the 2016 Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in downtown Tuscaloosa.
ADAs Deirdra Drinkard, Paige Elliott and Becca Cardin working at the Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center’s Volunteer Law Clinic.
ADA Becca Cardin assists a local veteran at the Volunteer Law Clinic
The District Attorney’s Office had several representatives attend the very important and informative S.E. Regional Child Abuse Training held in Pelham, AL mid-Oct. (Pictured: Chief ADA, Jonathan Cross and ADAs: Kim Bawgus, Sarah Folse, Justin Jones, and Kandice Pickett)
District Attorney Hays Webb was pleased to participate in the Heroin Townhall on Monday night. The panel discussion, sponsored by PRIDE of Tuscaloosa, was important for our community and well-attended.
Assistant District Attorney Shannon Lynch speaking with Suzette Wyatt and Catherine Harper at Early Warning, a program combating truancy in our City and County school systems.
DA Hays Webb and ADA Elliott Lipinsky showing the 7th Grade Honor Students from Hillcrest Middle School around a courtroom in District Court.
Members of our office volunteering with the United Way of West Alabama to do grounds maintenance at the Hospice of West Alabama.
Hauling off the weeds and leaves.
A great morning helping out an incredible organization!
ADA Becca Cardin and her son Noah represent our office at the Survivors of Suicide Walk on Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016.
Tuscaloosa Co. Sheriff Ron Abernathy & District Attorney Hays Webb
Assistant District Attorneys Shannon Holloway and Elliott Lipinsky at the University of Alabama’s 4th Annual Prosecutors’ Day.
Victim Service Officer Marilyn Anderson (F Left) and ADA Kim Bawgus (F Right)
Chief Deputy DA Jonathan Cross speaks to students at Westlawn Middle School
With First Graders at Flatwoods Elementary
Deputy DA Justin & Brittney Jones
2016 Benjamin Barnes YMCA Legacy Banquet–Sept. 11, 2016
DA Webb, Katherine Blackburn & Chief DDA Jonathan Cross
Tuscaloosa Sober Tailgate 9/10/2016
Supporting our local miners
Northport Fire Department
Reading the Constitution on the courthouse steps