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Katrina Jackson Champ, Wrongful Death Beneficiary of James Earl Bernard, III, Deceased v. Mississippi Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company

Jackson, MS - Personal injury attorney represented Katrina Champ with filing a lawsuit, after her son was hit by a vehicle, against the driver, Anna Perrin; Anna’s parents, Kevin and Angela Perrin; and Mississippi Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company (“Farm Bureau”).



Around 10:00 p.m. onSeptember 17, 2018, eighteen-ye... More...
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Ronald L. Cosper v. State of Tennessee

Knoxville, TN - Criminal defense attorney represented Ronald L. Cosper with appealing the denial of his petition for post-conviction relief, which petition challenged his convictions of first degree felony murder and attempted especially aggravated robbery, alleging that he was deprived of the effective assistance of counseL.


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Arsenio Robinson v. State of Mississippi

Jackson, MS - Criminal defense attorney represented Arsenio Robinson with moving for a judgment of acquittal or, in the alternative, a new trial.


On July 9, 2015, Robinson, a Greenville Police Department police officer, met his
friends at a car wash in Belzoni, Mississippi, in Humphreys County. While at the car wash,
Robi... More...
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Peggy J. Sturdivant v. Coahoma County, Mississippi

Clarksdale, MS - Property Condemnation Attorney, inverse condemnation claim







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2. Peggy Sturdivant, a lifelong-resident of Los Angeles, California, came to Mississippi<... More...
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JESSIE HOWLETT v. CHIROPRACTIC CENTER, P.C., and MICHAEL CRAIG MORRIS

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On June 6, 2015, Howlett, an ophthalmology technician, awoke to numbness in
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Glen Edwards, et ux and James H. Flaherty, et ux





This is an appeal from the Chancery Court of DeSoto County. The appellants filed their complaint on May 15, 1980, seeking damages against the Bridge... More...
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Dreshawn Sullivan a/k/a Dreshawn M. Sullivan v. State of Mississippi





In the early morning hours of March 16, 2016, sixteen-year-old R.L.1 was brutally
assaulted in her home by an unknown male who came in through her bedroom ... More...
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Owen J. Bradley and Margaret M. Bradley v. Diamondhead Country Club and Property Owners Association Inc.





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Ladale Airosteve Holloway a/k/a Ladale A. Holloway a/k/a Dale Holloway v. State of Mississippi





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Abdur Rahim Ambrose a/k/a Abdur Ambrose v. State of Mississippi

On the afternoon of April 7, 2013, Demetrius Lee returned home from work between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. Lee resided in the DeLisle community at 7486 Lobouy Road, which is part of a larger property commonly known as the Hill. The Hill is comprised of two houses and a mobile home. While Lee was relaxing, someone knocked on his window, but he remained inside. Twenty to thirty minutes later, Lee wen... More...   $0 (08-05-2018 - MS)

United States of America v. Nathan Caleb Brown

Northern District of Mississippi Federal Courthouse - Oxford, Mississippi

Oxford, MS - Desoto County Student Arrested and Denied Bail for Internet Threats

Nathan Caleb Brown, age 19, of Desoto County, Mississippi, appeared on April 13, 2018 before United States Magistrate Judge Roy Percy at the Federal Courthouse in Oxford, Mississippi pursuant to a Criminal Complaint and Arrest Warrant charging him with transmitting threats in interstate commerce using social ... More...
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Green Tree Servicing, LLC v. Henry House; Linda Murrell

Southern District of Mississippi - Federal Courthouse - Jackson, Mississippi

Henry House, Linda Murrell (the House Parties), and other plaintiffs
sued Green Tree Servicing and various other entities (the Green Tree Parties)
in a related action.1 The Green Tree Parties initiated the present suit in
1 Green Tree Servicing, L.L.C. v. Billy Brown, No. 17-60105.
Case: 17-60164 Document: 00514471076 Page: 1 Date Filed: 05/14/2018
No. 17-60164
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federa... More...
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United States of America v. Kevin Moore and Terry Tolar

Southern District of Mississippi - Federal Courthouse - Jackson, Mississippi

Jackson, MS. - Mississippi Real Estate Investors Plead Guilty to Conspiring to Rig Bids at Public Foreclosure Auctions

Real estate investors Kevin Moore, Chad Nichols, and Terry Tolar pleaded guilty on April 10, 2018 for their roles in a conspiracy to rig bids at public real estate foreclosure auctions in Mississippi.

Including Moore, Nichols, and Tolar, five real estate investo... More...
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State of Mississippi v. Kevin Scott a/k/a Kevin V. Scott a/k/a Kevin Vincent Scott a/k/a Kelvin Scott a/k/a Kelvin Vincent Scott

In November 1995, eighteen-year-old Scott killed Richard Lee while stealing his car.6
In 1998, he was tried before a Bolivar County jury, which found him guilty of capital murder.
After a separate hearing, the jury sentenced Scott to death.
5. Scott appealed. We affirmed Scotts conviction and death sentence. Scott I, 878 So.
2d 933. In doing so, we rejected Scotts argument... More...
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Apolinar Terrero Ruiz and $56,000.00 U.S. Currency v. State of Mississippi and Harrison County Sheriff's Office

On November 8, 2012, Sergeant Bruce Carver, an officer with the sheriffs
department, became aware of a 2008 Mazda sedan following too closely behind a tanker
truck carrying explosive liquids in Biloxi, Mississippi. Accordingly, Sergeant Carver made
a traffic stop of the vehicle. Deputy Brandon Hendry assisted in the stop. Ruiz, a legal
United States citizen originally from the ... More...
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Milton Trotter v. State of Mississippi

Milton Trotter was sentenced to two life sentences involving one incident in 1981:
first, by the United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi for
kidnaping; second, by the Circuit Court of Lauderdale County for murder. In 1981, the
Circuit Court of Lauderdale County had ordered, based on Trotters plea agreement with the
State, that his state sentence would... More...
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United States of America v. Coleman Virgil Slade, Dewayne Slade and Don Durrett

Hattiesburg, MS - Three Plead Guilty to Importing White-Tailed Deer in Mississippi

Coleman Virgil Slade, 70, of Purvis, Mississippi, Don Durrett, 72, of Aspermont, Texas, and Dewayne Slade, 44, of Purvis, Mississippi, pled guilty on August 31, 2016, to conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act by importing live white-tailed deer into Mississippi.

Coleman Virgil Slade pled guilty to a f... More...
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Hosan M. Azomani a/k/a Hosan Azomani a/k/a Hosan Menanya Azomani a/k/a Dr. Azomani a/k/a Hosan Azomani M.D. a/k/a Dr. Hosan M. Azomani v. State of Mississippi

Dr. Azomani, a pediatrician and the medical director of the Childrens Medical Group
of Greenville PLLC, was investigated by the Mississippi Medicaid Fraud Control Unit
(MFCU). On October 19, 2010, he billed Mississippi Medicaid under Current Procedural
Terminology (CPT) code 99215 for all fifty-six children he treated that day. And on
January 3, 2011, he used the same code to ... More...
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Anthony Carr v. State of Mississippi

Just before midnight on February 2, 1990, the Lambert Volunteer Fire Department
responded to a call at Carl and Bobbie Jo Parkers home. Carr v. State, 655 So. 2d 824, 830
(Miss. 1995) (Carr I). Firemen found Carl and the Parkers children, twelve-year-old
Gregory and nine-year-old Charlotte, dead inside. Id. at 830. Carl and Gregory each had
been shot twice. Id. at 832. Th... More...
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Kimberly Ann Whitehead a/k/a Kimberley Ann Whitehead

1. A jury sitting before the Warren County Circuit Court found Kimberly Ann Whitehead guilty of possession of pseudoephedrine and ammonium nitrate with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance, and possession of .1 gram or more, but less than two grams, of methamphetamine. Whitehead appeals and raises four issues: (1) there was insufficient evidence to find her guilty of either charge; (2... More...   $0 (04-05-2016 - MS)

Peter Barrett and Fay Barrett v. City of Gulfport, Mississippi

The instant case arises out of the Citys efforts to rebuild the antebellum home Grass
Lawn after it was destroyed during Hurricane Katrina. Grass Lawn was built in 1836, sixty
years prior to the Citys founding. Grass Lawn served as a private residence until 1973,
when the City purchased it to use as an event space for weddings, parties, and other private
events. Critically to t... More...
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Kimberly Ann Whitehead a/k/a Kimberley Ann Whitehead a/k/a Kimberly Whitehead v. State of Mississippi

At approximately 8:30 p.m. on October 4, 2012, Investigators Mike Traxler and
Stacey Rollison of the Warren County Sheriffs Department responded to a tip that
Whitehead was manufacturing methamphetamine at the address where she lived with her
eighty-year-old grandmother, Ruby Mills. Investigator Traxler knocked on the front door
while Investigator Rollison watched the back of the... More...
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Steven Edward Galle v. Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc.

In December 2005, Steven Edward Galle began working in the poker room at Isle of
Capri Casino, Inc., in Biloxi, Mississippi, as an at-will employee. In 2008, Isle of Capri
promoted him to poker room manager, a Key Position requiring a Key Employee
License from the Mississippi Gaming Commission. When Galle applied for a Key Employee License, he failed to disclose a 1994 burglar... More...
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Eric Chatman, Jr. v. Mississippi High School Athletics Association

Eric Chatman, Jr. brought this suit by and through his mother, alleging inter alia claims under the Equal Protection Clause and 42 U.S.C. §§ 1981 and 1983 for racial discrimination in the application of rules for high school athletic

Case: 13-60312 Document: 00512501693 Page: 1 Date Filed: 01/15/2014

No. 13-60312

eligibility when a student transfers from one school district ... More...
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Business Communications, Icn. v. Albert Banks

¶ 1. Business Communications, Inc. (“BCI”) asserted two breach-of-contract claims against its former employee, Albert Banks-breach of BCI's business-protection agreement (“BPA”), which included a noncompetition provision, and breach of BCI's reimbursement-of-costs agreement (“RCA”). At trial, the jury awarded BCI $1,000 for breach of the BPA and $9,000 for breach of the RCA. Therea... More...   $0 (06-21-2012 - MS)

Lisa Learmonth v. Sears, Roebuck and Co.

A federal jury found Sears, Roebuck and Co. liable for causing Lisa
Learmonth’s injuries in an automobile accident. In a general verdict, the jury
awarded her $4 million in compensatory damages. On Sears’ motion, the district
court interpreted the award to include $2.2 million in noneconomic damages,
then reduced this portion of the award to $1 million pursuant to Mississippi... More...
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Lisa Learmonth v. Sears, Roebuck and Co.

A federal jury found Sears, Roebuck and Co. liable for causing Lisa Learmonth’s injuries in an automobile accident. In a general verdict, the jury awarded her $4 million in compensatory damages. On Sears’ motion, the district court interpreted the award to include $2.2 million in noneconomic damages, then reduced this portion of the award to $1 million pursuant to Mississippi’s statutory cap... More...   $0 (02-27-2013 - MS)

Kyle P. Tate v. Lynn T. Carvel, M.D.

Kyle P. Tate appeals from a district court judgment confirming an arbitration award. He argues that the judgment must be vacated because of a defect in service. However, Tate has waived this issue by not raising it in the district court, and we therefore AFFIRM.

Tate worked with his sister, Appellee Lynn Carvel. After losing his job, Tate filed a lawsuit seeking damages for breach contract ... More...
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Edith Carolyn Fryar v. Sav-Amil, LLC

Edith Carolyn Fryar and the Robert B. Fryar Residuary Trust (“the Fryar Trust”) (collectively known as “the Fryar family”) appeal the district court’s entry of judgment in favor of appellees after a three–day bench trial. The Fryar family sold Sav–Amil, LLC (“Sav–Amil”)—a company owned by Alan Nunnelee and Steve Hammack—roughly 3,600 acres of land in Mississippi and Tenness... More...   $0 (11-12-2010 - MS)

Joe H. Bryant, Jr. v. Military Department of the State of Mississippi

Col. (Ret.) Joe H. Bryant (“Bryant”), a former member of the Mississippi Air National Guard’s (“MSANG”) 186th Refueling Wing, sued MSANG and individual MSANG officials (“Individual Appellees”), asserting claims under: (1) the Military Whistleblower Protection Act, 10 U.S.C. § 1034; (2) the Mississippi Bryant’s claims against individual Appellee F. Gregory Malta in his individual 1... More...   $0 (02-17-2010 - MS)

Architex Association, Inc. v. Scottsdale Insurance Company

¶1. The parties and amici1 assert the matter before this Court is a case of first impression. This Court is called upon to determine whether Architex Association, Inc.’s (“Architex”) intentional hiring or utilization of subcontractors to perform work on one of its projects negates coverage included in the Commercial General Liability (“CGL”) coverage part of three separate “Commercial... More...   $0 (02-11-2010 - MS)

Chauncey M. Depree, Jr. v. Martha Saunders, et al.

Dr. DePree, a tenured professor, sued the University of Southern Mississippi’s president and various administrators and faculty members (“Appellees”) after he was removed from teaching duties in August 2007 and evicted from his office in the College of Business. The district court granted summary judgment in favor of the Appellees and denied DePree’s motion for temporary and permanent inju... More...   $0 (11-12-2009 - MS)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Agro Distribution, LLC

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission brought suit against Agro Distribution, LLC (“Agro”) for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”) by failing to provide a reasonable accommodation to Henry Velez (“Velez”) and by terminating his employment on the basis of his disability. The district court dismissed the suit and awarded approximately $225,000 attorneys’ fees an... More...   $0 (01-15-2009 - MS)

Hinds County v. Shappley Harris

Hinds County sued Shappley Harris for fraud claiming that he changed invoices from the Mississippi Municipal Association between 2002 and 2003, increasing the cost of the premium for the county's workers' compensation insurance and then resubmitting the changed invoices to be approved for payment by the Board of Supervisors.... More...   $380000 (04-13-2006 - MS)

Titan Indemnity Company, et al. v. Carroll V. Hood, et al.

1. The jury award in this breach of contract case from Copiah County exceeded $82 Million,1 $80 Million of which was punitive damages. The contract in question contains a provision which vests the courts of Bexar County, Texas, with exclusive personal jurisdiction and venue of the issues litigated by the parties. Accordingly, we reverse and render.

FACTUAL BACKGROUND

2. The Mississ... More...   $0 (11-25-2004 - MS)

Billy M. Hamilton v. Gerald Hopkins, et al.

Gerald J. and Gay T. Hopkins, as sellers, sued Billy M. Hamilton, as buyer, for breach of a real estate sales contract. Hamilton's broker, The Buyer's Agent of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Inc., intervened, seeking a 3% commission. Hamilton counterclaimed for refund of the earnest money deposit and payment of attorney's fees. The Chancery Court of the Second Judicial District of Harrison Coun... More...   $0 (07-10-2003 - MS)

Peter Clayton McClendon v. City of Columbia

In July 1993, Defendant-Appellee Detective James Carney, a City of Columbia police detective, loaned a gun to Kevin Loftin, an informant for the Columbia Police Department, to enable Loftin to protect himself from Plaintiff-Appellant Peter McClendon. Loftin subsequently used the gun to shoot McClendon. A panel of this court held that Detective Carney thereby violated McClendon's substantive d... More...   $0 (11-11-2002 - MS)

D. Eugene Arnold, et al.v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company

As its courts have become a mecca for plaintiffs' claims against out-of-state businesses, Mississippi is affording numerous opportunities for federal courts to explore questions of removal jurisdiction and remand. In this diversity case, the district court remanded a putative class action removed from the state court after making three decisions: (a) it implicitly ignored the remaining claims of o... More...   $0 (12-28-2001 - MS)

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