Mississippi Other Statutes Cases

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The Mississippi Bar v. King
as 3:2020ad00007
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Respondent: Ralph P. King, II
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Genbiopro, Inc. v. Dobbs
as 3:2020cv00652
Plaintiff: Genbiopro, Inc.
Defendant: Dr. Thomas Dobbs
Cause Of Action: Fed. Question
The Mississippi Bar v. Johnson
as 3:2020ad00006
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Respondent: Richard Vaughn Johnson, Jr.
The Mississippi Bar v. Byrd
as 3:2020ad00005
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Respondent: Sibyl Caver Byrd
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Walker
as 3:2020ad00004
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Respondent: Randolph Walker
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Mauk-Williams
as 3:2020ad00003
Respondent: Charlene Mauk-Williams
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
The Mississippi Bar v. Abioto
as 3:2020ad00002
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Respondent: Wanda X. Abioto
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Criswell v. Lumumba et al
as 3:2020cv00294
Defendant: Chokwe Antar Lumumba, City of Jackson, Mississippi
Plaintiff: Dana Criswell
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act
The Mississippi Bar v. Cotton
as 3:2020ad00001
Interested Party: Arthur Johnston, Katherine Alexander, Porfi Stokes and others
Respondent: Ramel L. Cotton
Plaintiff: The Mississippi Bar
Harris v. Anthony, et al
as 3:2020cv00120
Defendant: Dr. Dwalia S. South, Dr. Thad Waites, Wheeler Timothy Timbs, III and others
Plaintiff: Donna Harris
Cause Of Action: Civil Rights Act

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