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    Mystery surrounds the notary signature on the will of Carole Baskin's late husband Don Lewis. Carole, the nemesis of Joe… Read More ». Popular ...
  • Letter: Mail-In Has Obstacles
    Again, printed, signed, stamped and sent. Within a week I received my mail-in ballot. The directions were to complete in front of a notary or two witnesses ...
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  • Justice Department defends Alabama absentee ballot rule
    ... are currently required to submit photocopies of their photo identification in addition to signing the absentee ballot before a notary or two witnesses.
  • State Supreme Court Opens Door For Resumption Of Jury Trials In Early July
    The Court anticipates that there will be no further extensions of these deadlines. 8) Attorneys and judges are encouraged to utilize the “Online Notary ...
  • DOJ Alabama SoI
    The United States respectfully submits this Statement of Interest pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 517, which authorizes the Attorney General “to attend to the ...
  • DOJ Defends Alabama's Witness Requirement for Absentee Ballots in Federal Court
    ... ballots to include either an affidavit from a notary public, or two adult witness signatures, saying it does not violate the Voting Rights Act (VRA).
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    ... witnesses or notary to cast mail ballot https://t.co/Ca4x6JgYbd— Ari Berman (@AriBerman) May 26, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from ...
  • Justice Department defends Alabama absentee ballot rule
    Alabama absentee voters are currently required to submit photocopies of their photo identification as well as sign the absentee ballot before a notary ...
  • What is a will? – CNET
    Most states require that there be at least two witnesses present and that you sign your will before a notary. All of them must be neutral parties with no ...
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