Mississippi Other Statutes Cases

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Cases 1 - 10 of 113
The Mississippi Bar v. Walter
as 3:2021ad00004
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Respondent: William C. Walter
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Porfi Stokes, Patricia Green and others
Davis v. Watson
as 3:2021cv00616
Plaintiff: Nettie Y. Davis
Defendant: Michael Watson
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question: Civil Rights Violation
The Mississippi Bar v. Miller
as 3:2021ad00003
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Respondent: Jonathan Adam Miller
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Porfi Stokes, Patricia Green and others
The Mississippi Bar v. Perkins
as 3:2021ad00002
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Respondent: Martin D. Perkins
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Porfi Stokes, Patricia Green and others
The Mississippi Bar v. Bennett
as 3:2021ad00001
Respondent: Christina Huffman Bennett
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Watson v. Watson We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 3:2021cv00026
Defendant: Mary Carole Brand Watson
Plaintiff: John Kevin Watson
Intervenor: State of Mississippi ex rel. Attorney General Lynn Fitch
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
The Mississippi Bar v. Jones
as 3:2020ad00009
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Respondent: Angela L. Jones
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Slaughter v. Dobbs
as 3:2020cv00789
Plaintiff: Charles Slaughter
Defendant: Dr. Thomas E. Dobbs
Cause Of Action: Declaratory Judgment
Young v. Lumumba
as 3:2020cv00699
Defendant: Chokwe A. Lumumba
Plaintiff: Huguette Nicole Young
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
The Mississippi Bar v. Knight
as 3:2020ad00008
Respondent: Jeffrey Dixon Knight
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar

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