In Crawford v. Hinds County the plaintiff sued the county over the Hinds County Courthouse not being accessible to the disabled. Plaintiff sought damages and injunctive relief requiring the county to make all seven courtrooms and all bathrooms accessible.

Before trial, plaintiff rejected the county’s offer to renovate two courtrooms, one bathroom per floor and

On Thursday the Mississippi Supreme Court reversed and rendered a bench verdict for the plaintiffs in Gray v. City of Jackson. The case was a Tort Claims Act case where Judge William Coleman ruled for the plaintiffs. The total verdict was $400,000 to three separate plaintiffs.

Raymond police started the pursuit in Raymond. Jackson police joined

On Tuesday the Mississippi Court of Appeals issued a controversial decision in City of Jackson v. Rhaly. Here is the Court’s opinion.

Facts:

The case was a lawsuit against the City for flood damages after a creek overflowed because it was not properly maintained. In interrogatory responses the plaintiffs requested any standard operating

The Clarion-Ledger reports on a $64,000 verdict rendered on Friday in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi, Jackson Division. The trial lasted four days.

The verdict was against three former detention officers who did not intervene when a fourth officer allegedly beat the plaintiff. The attack occurred in 2005.

The officer