Shane Stringer

  • Alabama
  • Representative
  • Republican
  • District 102

Capitol Office

Room 524-B, 11 S. Union St., Montgomery, AL 36130

Phone 334-261-0594

District Office

104 S. Lawrence St., Mobile, AL 36602

Phone 251-208-5480

Serving District 102

Sponsored Bills


HB 519

Relating to public safety telecommunicators; to amend Section 11-98-16, Code of Alabama, 1975, to further provide for the certification requirements for public safety telecommunicators.

  • Introduced May 24 2023

HB 478

Relating to the Alabama Bail Reform Act of 1993; to amend Sections 15-13-107, 15-13-111, 15-13-114, 15-13-118, 15-13-125, 15-13-128, 15-13-131, 15-13-132, 15-13-134, 15-13-136, 15-13-137, 15-13-138, 15-13-139, 15-13-140, 15-13-141, 15-13-145, 15-13-159, 15-13-160, and 15-13-164, Code of Alabama 1975, to provide for the acceptance of certain filing fees by the sheriff or jailer; to further define cash bail and property bail; to provide further for the arrest and delivery of a defendant to jail by a surety with no court costs to be entered on the surety; to provide that a surety not be charged for a bondsman's process or for a certified copy of a bond; to require the license number of the bondsman or recovery on a bondsman's process form; to allow a surety to sign for a forfeiture with the clerk of the ordering court; to increase the time frame for which the ordering court has jurisdiction over a forfeiture action; to authorize a bail bondsman to file motions, answers, and notices relating to a defendant who is out on bond with that bondsman; to increase the time frames for providing notice and conducting hearings in conditional forfeiture proceedings; to remove the requirement that a conditional judgment to set aside be made absolute for the entire sum; to provide further for instances when a court may set aside forfeiture and may not release a defendant on judicial public bail; to provide further for eligibility for judicial public bail; to provide further for the amount of new corporate surety bonds and escrow agreements required in counties with populations of 200,000 or more; to provide further for criminal penalties for certain unlawful behavior; to make nonsubstantive, technical revisions to update the existing code language to current style; and in connection therewith would have as its purpose or effect the requirement of a new or increased expenditure of local funds within the meaning of Section 111.05 of the Constitution of Alabama of 2022.

  • Introduced May 16 2023

HB 480

Relating to Mobile County; to provide for the qualifications of the sheriff; and to require completion of continuing education.

  • Introduced May 16 2023
  • Indefinitely Postpone May 31 2023

HJR 170

Honoring Colonel Kesler Weaver, Jr. For Achieving The Rank Of Colonel In The Alabama Army National Guard.

  • Introduced May 09 2023
  • Enacted as 2023-244 May 24 2023
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