Steve Marshall was sworn in as Alabama's new attorney general yesterday.
Marshall took the oath of office yesterday afternoon in Montgomery. Late last week, Gov. Robert Bentley named Marshall, the long-time district attorney of Marshall County, to the position. It had been vacant since Bentley appointed former Attorney General Luther Strange to the U.S. Senate.
At his swearing-in, Marshall said fighting public corruption and combating human trafficking would be among his top priorities.