Jefferson County Bail Bonds Look Forward to Developments Stemming from 2020 Legislative Session

February 27, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Birmingham, Ala. – February is the first month of the 2020 Legislative Session for Alabama State Legislature. Governor Kay Ivey remarked on various positives including an increase in state revenues, and a decrease in statewide unemployment. However, Alabama Governor Kay Ivey told the Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama (PARCA) that the state needed to address the conditions in the prisons or risk a federal takeover of the system. Jefferson County bail bond agents will be following closely with any developments regarding the Alabama prison systems.

Even though the state has record revenues, government officials have so many areas that have requested budget increases this year that the legislature is expected to look at adding new revenue streams. In a recent interview, Ivey expressed his concern regarding the state of current affairs by stating “The status quo is not an option. My Commissioner of Correction Jeff Dunn is spearheading the effort to turn our facilities from warehousing to rehabilitation.”

As new regulations and proposals make their way through the state governments, local bail bondsman in Birmingham, have no choice but to constantly monitor developments as they occur to make sure they are providing Alabama residents with the utmost in customer service. Upholding a positive reputation is imperative to the business, so closely monitoring state agency developments is important in Alabama Bail Bond’s ability to further service their community.

Alabama Bail Bonds is a locally owned and operated, full-service bail bonds agency operating in Tuscaloosa and across the state of Alabama. With more than 11 years in the Tuscaloosa County bail bond industry, Alabama Bail Bonds has proven to handle cases with expert accuracy and has garnered an impressive reputation within the community.

To learn more about Alabama Bail Bonds, or to obtain their services, give them a call at (205) 774-0511 or visit their website at


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