Rep. Demetrius C. Newton  [Democrat-53]

Rep. Demetrius C. Newton [Democrat-53]

District: Jefferson

Committees: No committee assignments on record

Get to Know Me


Home City Birmingham, AL
Birth Date 03/15/1928
Family Divorced; 2 Children: Deirdre, Demetrius Jr.
Education JD, Boston University, 1952 BA, Wilberforce University, 1949.
Political Career Speaker Pro Tempore, Alabama State House of Representatives, 1998-present Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, 1986-present.
Professional Career Attorney, Demetrius C. Newton, Attorney, 2000-present City Attorney, City of Birmingham, 1991-present City Judge, City of Brownville, 1972-1978 United States Army, 82nd Airborne Division, 1952-1954.
Religious Afiliation Baptist
Organizational Afiliation(s) Member, State Board of Oversite, 1999-2002 Member, Sunset Committee, 1998-2002 Member, City of Birmingham Zoning Board.
Other Afiliation(s) Member, 101 Black Men, present Member, Alabama Bar Association, present Member, American Bar Association, present Member, American Judicature Society, present Member, Mount Olive Baptist Church, present Chair, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, present Member, National Bar Association, present Member, Vulcan Gold Club, present Chair, Birmingham Area Legal Services, 1981-1985 Chair, Alabama Law Institute, 2002 Member, 33rd Degree Masons Member, American Legion President/Chief Executive Officer, Birmingham Urban League Member, Leadership Birmingham National President, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Member, Shriners Member, Vulcan Kiwanis Club President, Wilberforce University Alumni Association.

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