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From www.criminaldefenselawyer.com In Mississippi, your criminal record may be expunged — that is, erased or sealed — under the circumstances described below. If your record is expunged, it will be hidden from public view, but law enforcement agencies will still have access to it. In most cases, you will be permitted to say that you […]

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Of Bull Meechum, Atticus Finch and Center Hill. In preparing for a bible study at my house later this week, I have had some time to reflect on why I believe certain ways and empathize with those less fortunate than I am. I have often replied, when asked why I work for so little as […]

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Most of us have an idea of how we want our assets to be distributed upon our death. The question is: have we left the proper instructions and the devices needed by our heirs to make those desires happen? Many of us have wills, others do not. Some of our wills are outdated and do […]

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Recently a friend of mine was diagnosed with a terrible illness. We are not giving up hope, but it will be a difficult road ahead. He’s a friend who has been a part of my life since law school, and we eat lunch about once a week. Our topics of conversation always revolve around SEC […]

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The most interesting battle looming in North MS this year for me is the District Attorney’s race in North MS.  John Young has been the District Attorney in 1st District for over 30 years and is facing off for round 2 against Tupelo City Prosecutor, Trent Kelly, in a rematch of the 2007 general election. […]

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District 16 Incumbent Steve Holland, D-Plantersville Ben “Buddy” Coggin III, R-Nettleton Steve Holland takes to defending, yet again, his long held House seat against an unlikely Republican opponent in Nettleton’s own, Buddy Coggin.  I grew up in District 16 and other than the Holland’s and maybe to be tied with Brandon Presley, I know the […]

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Tonight I sit in my unit’s annual Hail and Farewell. We are loosing 22 fine instructors from my military school. I am one of the new instructors and am really enjoying what I do now. Teaching young officers to be all they can be. As I watch these “old timers” receive their awards and make […]

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Recently, a three judge Federal Panel ruled, on a technicality, that the State Legislature could use an additional year to complete their task of redrawing the legislative districts in order to comply with Federal Law. Even though they had already completed this task, but for political reasons, Phil Bryant blocked their final approval in the […]

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Today we made our annual trip to Corinth to run Coke’s 10k Race. This is a great event that is well organized and the course winds through shaded neighborhoods full of cheering people. The weather was perfect and there was a great crowd for the race. I was a little nervous about the run because […]

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