Elections were held at the Association’s annual summer meeting in June.
In the past, Minor has served on the ADAA executive committee as secretary-treasurer and vice president.
“I am honored and humbled to have been selected by my peers,” Minor said. “I look forward to serving with the members of our association to continue our tradition of advocacy on behalf of law enforcement and the crime victims of our great state.”
Minor has been a member of ADAA since 1994.
He was elected as the St. Clair County District Attorney in 2004 and re-elected in 2010. Prior to the 2004 election, Minor served as the chief trial attorney for the St. Clair County District Attorney’s Office.
In 2006, Minor was appointed as a special prosecutor overseeing the State of Alabama’s interest in a joint federal and state investigation of public corruption in the Post Secondary Education System of Alabama.
The ADAA, through executive committee, formulates policy and guidelines for the state’s district attorneys to accomplish its mission, which is to provide quality training, programs, services and opportunities essential to the success of prosecution.