ABPP to Relocate in Mid-October | Sept. 27, 2019

MONTGOMERY, Al – Judge Charlie Graddick, Director, today said in mid-October the Bureau will enhance operations by joining the Alabama Department of Transportation and other tenants at Capitol Commerce Center, 100 Capitol Commerce Blvd. Graddick said the move is necessary not only to allow landlord Retirement Systems of Alabama to renovate the Bureau’s current building … Read moreABPP to Relocate in Mid-October | Sept. 27, 2019

Parole Hearings to Resume Nov. 5 | Sept. 26, 2019

Montgomery, Al – Judge Charlie Graddick, director, today announced that parole board hearings will resume Nov. 5. Board hearings set for September and October were postponed because the agency policy on notifications had not been brought into compliance with a law signed into effect June 6 by Gov. Kay Ivey. Judge Graddick said 627 hearings … Read moreParole Hearings to Resume Nov. 5 | Sept. 26, 2019

Graddick Announces Date Parole Hearings Expected to Resume

September 11, 2019 IMMEDIATE RELEASE Graddick Announces Date Parole Hearings Expected to Resume Montgomery, AL – Director Charlie Graddick today said parole hearings are expected to resume on or about Nov. 1. Failure by prior officials to bring the bureau into compliance with the law enacted June 6 by Gov. Kay Ivey led to postponement … Read moreGraddick Announces Date Parole Hearings Expected to Resume

Weeks Required to Ensure Compliance in Order to Resume Hearings

September 9, 2019 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Bureau of Pardons and Paroles: Weeks Required to Ensure Compliance in Order to Resume Hearings Montgomery, AL – Director Charlie Graddick today said it will take weeks for the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles to resume parole hearings postponed last week. The board must ensure compliance with a … Read moreWeeks Required to Ensure Compliance in Order to Resume Hearings

ABPP Forced to Cancel Hearings Set for Next Week

IMMEDIATE RELEASE Sept. 6, 2019 ABPP BUREAU OF PARDONS AND PAROLES FORCED TO CANCEL HEARINGS SET FOR NEXT WEEK MONTGOMERY – The Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles has cancelled more than 100 hearings set for next week because the prior administration failed to perform due diligence to meet requirements set forth under a new … Read moreABPP Forced to Cancel Hearings Set for Next Week