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This paper will examine the state of Alabama’s laws that govern conduct considered predatory and the state’s approach to sexual predators. Furthermore, the initial laws and any revision of said laws will be analyzed to evaluate what is considered predatory in Alabama. The punishment for the laws will be examined as well as the judges’ discretion in the sentencing process. The activity necessary for prosecution to pursuit the case such mere solicitation or actually physical interaction will be discussed as well. In the finally portion of the paper this author opinion will be give regarding Alabama Sexual predator... ... middle of paper ... ...immense amount of sex crimes, the law does help monitor sexual predators activity in manner that help in the offenders supervision.