Starrett, Marc A.

Assistant Attorney General


  • The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D., 1993; Farrah Law Society Full Tuition Scholarship; PMBR Leadership & Service Award; Best Paper; Legal Profession; Best Paper, Labor Law History; Clerkship, Legal Counsel For The Elderly
  • B.A., cum laude, English, Huntingdon College, 1990; Huntingdon Hawks Varsity Tennis Team


  • Honorable Justice Kenneth Ingram, Alabama Supreme Court, 1993-1994


  • Admitted to the Alabama State Bar, 1993
  • United States Supreme Court, 1998
  • United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, 1999
  • United States Middle District of Alabama, 1998
  • United States Northern District of Alabama, 2002
  • United States Southern District of Alabama, 2003


  • Assistant Attorney General, State of Alabama Office of the Attorney General, Criminal Appeals Division, 2002 - Present
  • Associate, Brannan & Guy, P.C., 1997-2002
  • City Prosecutor, City of Montgomery, 1998-2000
  • Staff Attorney, Honorable Mark Kennedy, Alabama Supreme Court, 1997
  • Staff Attorney,  Honorable Justice Kenneth Ingram, Alabama Supreme Court, 1994-1997

Legal Areas

  • Criminal Law - Trial, Direct Appeal, Postconviction Review, Extraordinary Writs; Federal Habeas; Civil Forfeiture; Declaratory Judgment; Title VII; 42 U.S.C. § 1983


  • Member, Alabama Supreme Court Committee on Municipal Courts, 2002-2005
  •  2003 United States Department of Justice National Advocacy Center Appellate Advocacy Program
  • Presenter, 2005 Alabama District and Circuit Judges Conference, “TO RESENTENCE OR NOT TO RESENTENCE -- Practical Considerations Regarding The Application Of Alabama Code (1975) § 13A-5-9.1 And Kirby To Habitual Felony Offenders”
  • Presenter, 2011 Alabama Association of Municipal Attorneys/Alabama Municipal Judges Association Conference, “EVIDENTIARY ISSUES IN MUNICIPAL COURT – A Caselaw Update”
  • Recipient, 2004 Attorney General's Award For Excellence In Appellate Advocacy
  • Recipient, 2007 "Attorney General's Award For Excellence In Appellate Advocacy

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