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Extractions: 09/05 (H) Referred To Select Committee on Civil Justice Reform 09/05 (H) Title Suff Do Pass Comm Sub 09/05 (H) Committee Substitute Adopted 09/05 (H) Passed 09/05 (H) Transmitted To Senate 09/06 (S) Referred To Select Senate Cmte on Civil Justice Syst 09/06 (S) Title Suff Do Pass As Amended 09/06 (S) Amended 09/06 (S) Passed As Amended 09/06 (S) Returned For Concurrence 09/06 (H) Decline to Concur/Invite Conf 09/06 (H) Conferees Named Watson,Stevens,Warren 09/06 (S) Conferees Named Turner,Carlton,Robertson 10/07 (H) Conference Report Filed 10/07 (S) Conference Report Filed 10/07 (S) Conference Report Adopted 10/07 (H) Motion to Recommit Lost 10/07 (H) Conference Report Adopted 10/07 (H) Motion to Reconsider Entered 10/08 (H) Motion to Reconsider Tabled 10/08 (S) Motion to Reconsider Entered 10/08 (S) Motion to Reconsider Tabled 10/08 (H) Enrolled Bill Signed 10/08 (S) Enrolled Bill Signed 10/08 Approved by Governor Amendments/Conference Report: Adopted [S] Amendment No 1 Adopted [S] Amendment No 1 to Amendment No 1 Lost [S] Amendment No 2 to Amendment No 1 Adopted [S] Amendment No 3 to Amendment No 1 Lost [S] Substitute No 1 to Amendment No 3 for Amendment No 1 Lost [S] Substitute No 2 to Amendment No 3 for Amendment No 1 Adopted [S] Amendment No 4 to Amendment No 1 Adopted
Extractions: DISTINCTION BETWEEN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL CASES The distinction between civil and criminal cases is an important one. In a civil case, a trial or contested matter occurs between two or more persons, while in a criminal case, the trial is between the State of Mississippi and a person accused of committing a crime. This is true even when a criminal case is begun by the victim of a crime filing an affidavit charging someone with criminal activity. There are times when the wrong which has been done might give rise to either a civil suit or criminal charge or both. But the justice court judge must keep in mind the distinction, for it is improper for criminal process to be used to collect a civil debt or damages. Every justice court judge should be familiar with the case of State Ex Rel. Richardson v. Edgeworth, 214 So.2d 579 (Miss. 1968). In this case, our state Supreme Court held that justice court judges who permitted people to sign criminal affidavits for collection of debts without advising them of the criminal nature of the documents; who permitted criminal affidavits to be signed in blank without requiring affiants to appear to make their sworn statements; who solicited collection of accounts through their deputy sheriffs and constables; and who used criminal processes for collection of civil debts; were guilty of intentional abuse of process and would be liable for damages caused by their actions.
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Extractions: Mississippi Black Code The status of the Negro was the focal problem of Reconstruction. Slavery had been abolished by the Thirteenth Amendment, but the white people of the South were determined to keep the Negro in his place, socially, politically, and economically. This was done by means of the notorious "Black Codes," passed by several of the state legislatures Northerners regarded these codes as a revival of slavery in disguise. The first such body of statutes, and probably the harshest, was passed in Mississippi in November 1865. Four of the statutes that made up the code are reprinted below. Source, Laws of the State of Mississippi, Passed at a Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature, held in Jackson, October, November and December, 1965, Jackson, 1866, pp. 82-93, 165-167. Apprentice Law Section 1. Be it enacted by the legislature of the state of Mississippi, that it shall be the duty of all sheriffs, justices of the peace, and other civil officers of the several counties in this state to report to the Probate courts of their respective counties semiannually, at the January and July terms of said courts, all freedmen, free Negroes, and mulattoes under the age of eighteen within their respective counties, beats, or districts who are orphans, or whose parent or parents have not the means, or who refuse to provide for and support said minors; and thereupon it shall be the duty of said Probate Court to order the clerk of said court. to apprentice said minors to some competent and suitable person, on such terms as the court may direct, having a particular care to the interest of said minors:
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Extractions: Price: Now available, a comprehensive guide to Mississippi's laws on limitations of actions, including statutes of limitations, statutes of repose, appeals, and other time bars. Clearly written and easy to use, Mississippi Limitations of Actions is tabbed, indexed and cross-referenced to save you time in finding the rule and the case you need. Equally useful to the plaintiff and defense bars, prosecutors and criminal defense, business or domestic practice, Mississippi Limitations of Actions is a book you will want to keep on your desk. About the author TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE Chapter 1 - LIMITATIONS OF ACTIONS IN GENERAL Distinguishing statutes of limitation and statutes of repose Courts of law and courts of equity Laches History of statutory limitations of actions Purpose of modern statutes of limitations Effect of a statute of limitation Right as well as remedy extinguished Alternative causes of action Effect of time bar on another party Interpretation Who is protected by the limitation?
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Extractions: Mississippi Code of 1972, Annotated Title 73, Chapter 13 Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors Effective July 1, 1999 Section Engineers must be registered Definitions Appointment of board Qualifications of board ... Corporations, firms, or partnerships BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI: §73-13-1. Engineers must be registered; use of words "graduate engineer". Return to top of document §73-13-3. Definitions. Return to top of document The term "engineer" as used in sections 73-13-1 through 73-13-45 shall mean a professional engineer as hereinafter defined. The term "professional engineer" within the meaning and intent of Sections 73-13-1 through 73-13-45 shall mean a person who has met the qualifications as required under Section 73-13-23(1) and who has been issued a certificate of registration as a professional engineer. The term "engineer intern" as used in Sections 73-13-1 through 73-13-45 shall mean a candidate for registration as a professional engineer who has met the qualifications as required under Section 73-13-23(2) and who has been issued a certificate of enrollment as an engineer intern. Design coordination includes the review and coordination of those technical submissions prepared by others, including as appropriate and without limitation, consulting engineers, architects, landscape architects, land surveyors and other professionals working under direction of the engineer.
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Extractions: What Is the Lawyer's Role in Society? C arved in stone above the columned entrance to the Supreme Court is the phrase, "Equal Justice Under Law." Assuring that principle to the more than 249 million people in the United States is the work of the country's more than 777,000 lawyers and judges. The American legal system is complex. The foundation of the system is the United States Constitution, but we also are governed by the acts of the United States Congress, fifty state constitutions, and state and municipal statutes. Besides these statutory foundations, American law is grounded in the decision of its courts. These decisions make up the Common Law, and prior court decisions are precedent for later courts deciding the same issues. Furthermore, because of our heritage as a colony of England, the common law of England that is, the rulings of the English common law courts is also considered as precedent by our courts. In the United States, a lawyer has a dual role as advisor and as advocate. As an advisor, the lawyer keeps clients out of trouble by informing them about the legal consequences of proposed actions, by drafting legal arrangements that comply with the law, and by advising about the client's rights and obligations in dealings with other people. The lawyer also assists in putting entangled affairs in order through counseling and negotiation. As an advocate, he or she assists in the administration of justice. American courts operate under an adversary system in which parties to a disagreement in a civil case, or the prosecution and defense in a criminal case, present their points of view to a judge or judge and jury. Lawyers, who are licensed by the courts and are officers of the court, are qualified to present other people's cases through written and oral arguments and application of the appropriate law, procedures, and rules of evidence.
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Extractions: The French were not inclined to adequately populate the Louisiana Territory during the 1700's. The French/Bourbon government preferred to populate the area with conservative Catholic settlers. However, conservative Catholic Frenchmen preferred to remain in France with their friends, businesses and relatives over the relative lack of sophistication of the new French Territory. Many rural Acadians ("Cajuns") settled the countryside around New Orleans in the 1760's, after being hounded out of Canada. French and Spanish land grants made during the colonial period set the pattern for development in what was later to become the Greater New Orleans area, including Jefferson Parish. Roman Catholic is still the predominant religion. Great Louisiana Cajun names like " Jefferson Chouest" (my dad) are properly pronounced. Many areas of Louisiana law are still based upon the "civil" law and the French Civil Code of 1804 (the
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Extractions: TEXT PDF State Laws Below is a list of states that have passed laws related to identity theft; others may be considering such legislation. Where specific identity theft laws do not exist, the practices may be prohibited under other state laws. States marked with * do not currently have their law available online. Alabama Alabama Code 13A-8-190 through 201