On March 10, 2023, the Disciplinary Commission of the Alabama State Bar publicly reprimanded Elba attorney Alyse Phillips Fowler in relation to the latter’s misdemeanor conviction to voter registration charges.

Fowler was arrested on April 27, 2022, on charges that she provided false information related to voter registration. On November 8, 2022, Fowler pled guilty to a Class A misdemeanor charge of Providing False Information to Register to Vote on November 8, 2023.

Fowler was sentenced to a suspended six-month jail sentence, and 12 months unsupervised probation, and fined $1,000 plus court costs. Fowler was further ordered to complete 50  hours of community service.

According to the court document, Fowler has violated Rules 8.4(b), (c), and (g) of the Alabama Rules of Professional Conduct.

The rules of professional conduct can be found here.

Based on the foregoing facts, the Commission ruled against Fowler in relation to her violation of the aforementioned rules and ordered the public reprimand of Fowler with general publication.

Ms. Alyse Phillips Fowler maintains her private sole practice in Elba, with her law firm, Alyse Fowler Law LLC. She earned her law degree from Faulkner University, graduating in 2017. Fowler has been licensed in Alabama. Her online bio can be found on LinkedIn.

A copy of the original filing can be found here.