Alice H. Martin is a lifelong conservative Republican with a proven record of prosecuting public corruption, white collar fraud and violent crime at the local, state, and federal levels.
Alice served as the Chief Deputy & Deputy Attorney General in Alabama for the last five years until leaving office August 2017 to run for Attorney General. She was on the prosecution team that convicted Speaker Hubbard. She also fought back against the federal overreach of the Obama Administration’s EPA and transgender bathroom mandates. During the Alabama 2017 legislative session she successfully advocated for SB301 to combat technology based sex crime.
Previously, Alice served as a U.S. Attorney, where she established an anti-terrorism task force, prosecuted over 4,600 federal firearms, narcotic, child pornography and other violent crimes, and resolved over 8,200 civil cases. She founded the North Alabama Public Corruption Task Force with then Alabama AG Bill Pryor and obtained 140 federal corruption convictions, being named a “Top 10 Prosecutor in the U. S.” by Corporate Fraud Reporter.
In addition to being a prosecutor and law enforcement executive, Alice served as a municipal judge and as a Circuit Court Judge in Florence, Alabama. Alice earned a BS in Nursing from Vanderbilt University and worked as a Registered Nurse during law school at the University of Mississippi. Alice and her husband have three adult daughters, and live in Florence with their 10 dogs. They are members of the First United Methodist Church.
She is a member of the Alabama Federation of Republican Women, a former member of the Alabama Republican Club Executive Committee and Secretary in 2001. She is a member of the Federalist Society.