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Courts, judges, and lawyers of Mississippi, 1798-1935
by Printed for the State department of archives and history and the Mississippi historical society in Jackson, Miss
Written in English
Label mounted below imprint: Press of Hederman bros., Jackson, Miss.
|Statement||by Dunbar Rowland ... Jackson, Mississippi, 1935 ...|
|Contributions||Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History., Mississippi Historical Society.(Founded 1890)|
|LC Classifications||KF354.M54 R6|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||36028118|
Judge Stockton was an eminent lawyer and a man of ability. He was remarkably modest and unassuming in his manners. He became a judge of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in the year , and resigned in , when he was immediately chosen Attorney-General, and held that office two years. The Mississippi court system includes eight different types of courts, each with a specific role in the judicial system. The parties in the case, the issue involved, and the amount claimed help determine which court will hear a case, or have jurisdiction.
Author of Mississippi provincial archives, Mississippi provincial archives, judges, and lawyers of Mississippi, by Dunbar Rowland 1 edition - first published in Accessible book, History, Archives. (2) except as provided in the Conflict-of-Interest Rules for Part-time Magistrate Judges, should not practice law in the court on which the judge serves or in any court subject to that court's appellate jurisdiction, or act as a lawyer in a proceeding in which the judge has served as a judge .
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