Where a husband challenged an award of post-minority support for the first time on appeal, his argument would not be entertained; the support judgment was therefore affirmed. Lollar v. Lollar, No. 2060863 (Ala. Civ. App. Apr. 11, 2008).
The Alabama Supreme Court clarified “the precision with which” insufficiency of the evidence must be stated in motions for judgment as a matter of law, in order to preserve that argument as a basis for reversal. Ex parte Dekle, No. 1051659 (Ala. Apr. 11, 2008). A landowner who argued only that the plaintiffs had “failed to prove their cause of action,” and later “just renew[ed]” that motion, did not preserve insufficient evidence as a ground for reversal. The state’s high court thus upheld a no-opinion affirmance by the Court of Civil Appeals.