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Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall Announces Arrest of Representative Kelvin Jamichael Lawrence on Two Felony Charges

Attorney General Marshall Announces the Arrest of State Representative Kelvin Lawrence

Montgomery, AL — Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall announced today that Representative Kelvin Jamichael Lawrence, 50, of Lowndes County, has been arrested on two felony charges. Lawrence faces accusations of forgery in the second degree and criminal possession of a forged instrument in the second degree.

The indictment alleges that Lawrence, with the intent to defraud, falsely made, completed, or altered a builder’s license. Both charges are classified as Class C felonies, each carrying a potential punishment ranging from 1 year and 1 day to 10 years in prison.

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The case against Lawrence is being prosecuted by the Special Prosecutions Division. At this time, no additional details about the investigation or the specific allegations have been released.

Attorney General Marshall emphasized the seriousness of the charges, stating, “Our office is committed to ensuring that public officials are held to the highest standards of integrity and accountability.”

Representative Lawrence has served Lowndes County and the surrounding areas for several years. His office has not yet issued a statement regarding the charges.

The legal proceedings are ongoing, and more information will be made available as the case progresses.

 

Attorney General Marshall Announces the Arrest of State Representative Kelvin Lawrence

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