Code of Ala. 20-2-280
Liability: Opioid Antagonist Administration
An individual who, in good faith, administers or attempts to administer an opioid antagonist to a person believed to be experiencing an opiate related overdose will not be held legally responsible.
Who may offer drugs or treatment; requirements & safeguards
(d) An individual who receives an opioid antagonist that was prescribed pursuant to subsection (b) may administer an opioid antagonist to another individual if he or she has a good faith belief that the other individual is experiencing an opiate-related overdose and he or she exercises reasonable care in administering the opioid antagonist. Evidence of exercising reasonable care in administering the opioid antagonist shall include the receipt of basic instruction and information on how to administer the opioid antagonist.