A legal fight over Starkville’s mayoral election will return to circuit court after the Mississippi Supreme Court denied an interlocutory appeal and recognition of stay Mayor Lynn Spruill filed against former campaign opponent Johnny Moore in September.
Starkville Mayor Lynn Spruill’s legal team is asking the Mississippi Supreme Court to find her election challenger, Johnny Moore, sidestepped an established process allowing political parties to handle questions or complaints raised in their own primaries.
Local chancery court judges face a challenge in the Mississippi Supreme Court over the right of citizens with enhanced concealed carry permits to take weapons into a courthouse.
The Mississippi Supreme Court has granted The Dispatch’s motion of substitution in an ongoing open meetings complaint case against the city of Columbus.
Voters will decide the winners in two judicial race runoff elections Tuesday. Polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Jim Kitchens, a circuit judge in the 16th Judicial District, spoke to the Columbus Exchange Club at Lion Hills on Thursday about why he would make a good state Supreme Court justice.
Long-time 16th Circuit Court Judge Jim Kitchens has qualified as a candidate for a spot on the Mississippi Supreme Court.
Columbus attorney John Brady has announced he will run for a spot on the Mississippi Supreme Court.
The Mississippi Supreme Court may decide a Lowndes County case that could set precedent on whether a private employer can lawfully terminate an employee for storing a firearm in a locked vehicle on company property.
A civil lawsuit against 21 Apartments’ ownership may go forward after the Mississippi Supreme Court ruled the complex could be held liable for failing to warn Andreas Galanis of his roommate’s alleged violent tendencies.