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Coronavirus and Family Law

Coronavirus and Family Law

At this time, chancellors (judges) can continue to hold court or reschedule court dates at their discretion. However, even if your court is closed, the courts will remain accessible for emergency hearings or temporary hearings on issues such as: Financial support for...
Coronavirus and Criminal Law

Coronavirus and Criminal Law

Misdemeanor Courts (City Court or Justice Courts):  In Mississippi, some city and justice courts are open, while others remain closed. Those that are open are not allowing more than 10 people in the courtroom at a time. Most courts that are open are not allowing...
Coronavirus and the Law

Coronavirus and the Law

No one could imagine at the beginning of the year that a quickly spreading virus would be shuttering the world. But coronavirus has now dramatically changed how we live. It’s a very stressful time and we all have questions about how to handle different scenarios in...
Simple Assault and Domestic Violence

Simple Assault and Domestic Violence

Q: What qualifies as assault? Most people don’t realize assault is not just intentionally striking another person, punching them or getting into a fight. Simple Assault can involve only minor cuts and scratches or bruises. If you push someone once and even if lightly,...