Legal Eagles Law Research Federal Rules of civil Procedure, US Bankruptcy code, US code. Florida, mississippi,Pennsylvania. FAMILY law FORMS BY STATE IN PDF FORMAT GET ACROBAT READER HERE http://www.geocities.com/madaboutcha/lawlinks.html
Extractions: THE INTERNET CONTRIBUTION OF LEGAL EAGLES LAW RESEARCH, WE STRIVE TO HELP THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN FACED WITH "HOW MUCH JUSTICE CAN YOU AFFORD?" WITHOUT A PENNY IN THEIR POCKET. JUST BECAUSE ONE CANNOT AFFORD THE MONEY FOR AN ATTORNEY IS NO REASON TO BE TREATED AS A SECOND CLASS CITIZEN. EVEN THOUGH THE COURTS MAKE CONCESSIONS FOR THE PERSON WHO PRESENTS THEIR CASE "IN PRO PER", DON'T GO INTO A FIGHT WITHOUT ARMOR. THATS WHAT "LEGAL EAGLES" DOES, WE TRY TO ARM YOU WITH WHAT YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR OWN FIGHT, WHETHER IT BE CASE LAW OR HISTORY OF ANNOTATED CODES. Remember to:
Extractions: Bastard Nation : Your Adoptee Center for Education, Amusement and Outrage Adoption Statutes,Legislative Code and Links by Country originally compiled by Shea Grimm Each regional or state entry leads to, where available, the full-text adoption statute for that state or location. Since the legalese can sometimes be overwhelming, I've included links, where available, to summaries of the laws. When applicable, there are other links provided that will take you to sites or reunion registries specializing in that state or country as well as sites that are devoted to legislative activity there. If you just want a quick glance at records and information access in a given state rather than the fulltext law, visit http://www.bastards.org/activism/access.htm , which has an at-a-glance chart. For more links to province-by-province search info., see Canadopt.
Extractions: [EFFECTIVE DATE] Alabama Ala. Code §§8-27-1 et. seq., Alaska Alaska Stat. §§45.50.910 et. seq. , (1993 Suppl.)  Arizona Ariz. Rev. Stat. Ann §§44-401 et. seq., Arkanasas Ark. Stat. Ann. §§70-1001 et. seq California Cal. Civil Code §§3426 et. seq ., (West 1994 Suppl.)  Colorado Colo. Rev. Stat. §§7-74-101 et. seq Connecticut Conn. Gen. Stat. Ann. Approved 1983 §§35-50 et. seq .,(West 1987)  Delaware Del. Code Ann. Tit. 6, §§2001 et. seq et. seq Florida Fla. Stat. §§688.01 et. seq ., (1994, Suppl.)  Georgia Ga. Code Ann. §§10-1-760 et. seq., (1991 Supp.)  Hawaii Hawaii Rev. Stat. §§482B-1 et. seq., (1992 Suppl.)  Idaho Idaho Code §§48-801 et. seq., (1993 Suppl.)  Illinois Ill. Compiled Stat. Ann. §§765-106 S/1
LII: State Statutes By Topic Minnesota (see Chapter 484.76); mississippi (see Title 11, Chapter 15); Montana(see Title 25 New York (see civil Practice and law Rules, Article 75 http://www.law.cornell.edu/topics/state_statutes.html
LII: State Statutes By Topic Evidence; Criminal Evidence. Utah; Vermont; Virgina civil Procedure; Michigan Marriage;Divorce; Children. Minnesota; mississippi; Missouri; Montana Family law; http://www.law.cornell.edu/topics/state_statutes2.html
Extractions: State Statutes on the Internet (Part II) [To return to Part I and the index of topics, click here Criminal Code Minnesota Mississippi ... Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin (see Chapters 938-951) ... Wyoming Indiana Iowa Kansas (see Chapters 71 and 72) ... Louisiana (searchable index) Maine Maryland (see Article: Education) Massachusetts (see Title 12) ... Michigan (Chapters 340 through 390, 395)
Extractions: ON OTHER PROCEEDINGS [Amended 11-16-95] (b) Upon reversal of the conviction or judgment that has resulted in the automatic suspension, the attorney shall be immediately reinstated, but such reinstatement shall not bar or terminate any disciplinary proceeding instituted thereafter or then pending against the attorney. For purposes of these rules executive clemency or pardon shall not constitute reversal of the conviction and shall not bar or terminate disciplinary proceedings predicated upon such convictions or judgments. Dismissal of charges pursuant to the provision of Miss. Code Ann. 99-15-26 (Supp. 1993), or any similar state or federal statute shall have no effect upon disciplinary proceedings or sanctions predicated upon an entry, offer or tender of a plea of guilty or nolo contendere. (d) When time for appeal from judgment or conviction provided above expires or all appeals have been concluded without reversal, Complaint Counsel shall certify that result to the Court, and the Court shall forthwith enter an order of disbarment. (e) Upon conviction of manslaughter, Complaint Counsel shall immediately commence an investigation and where warranted shall, upon directive of the Committee on Professional Responsibility, present same to the Court for its consideration as herein set out.
Extractions: No provision of Mississippi law addresses discrimination based on sexual orientation. State non-discrimination laws extend to categories of "race, religious principles, color, sex, national origin, ancestry and handicap." Miss. Code Ann. §§ 43-33-723 (2001); 25-9-103 (2001). Gender identity protected? No No provision of Mississippi law explicitly addresses gender identity-based discrimination. State non-discrimination laws extend to categories of "race, religious principles, color, sex, national origin, ancestry and handicap." Miss. Code Ann. §§ 43-33-723 (2001); 25-9-103 (2001). For more information on non-discrimination laws in the state, including city and county ordinances, visit HRC WorkNet Employer Database Protects gay and lesbian students? No
UM/LL/Research Guides court rules are posted on the mississippi Supreme Court to subscribers only; if inthe law library, patrons What's available Rules of civil Procedure; Rules of http://library.law.olemiss.edu/library/guides/msresearch.shtml
Extractions: Compiled by Dr. Linda Scott, Mary Brandt Jensen, and Lynn Murray. Print: Mississippi Code Annotated Internet: Web sites containing the Mississippi Code are listed under Statutes on our Legal Resources page (http://library.law.olemiss.edu/library/state/ms.shtml#STATUTES). Westlaw: Current annotated code for Mississippi: MS-ST-ANN. Lexis: Current annotated code for Mississippi: MSCODE file. CD-ROM: Available from West Publishing. Session laws are bound and available in the library under the title Laws of the State of Mississippi (General Laws). Local and Private Laws is published in paperback around November of each year. Although there is no generally available compilation of session laws in electronic format, the final text of bills as passed are available over the Internet through the Legislature's ftp server Print: Several commercial companies provide subscription services to printed bills during the legislative session. Internet: Information on legislation pending in the Mississippi Legislature can be found by accessing the Mississippi Legislative Bill Status System . This site contains bills dating back to 1997, both those that were passed into law and those that were not.
Extractions: The Mississippi Bar Mississippi Law Firms Maintained in Cooperation with the Mississippi Bar http://www.mslawyer.com/LawFirms/ FREE OFFER! The Mississippi Law Firms Homepage and Mississippi Bar Directory On-Line allow users to quickly locate attorneys by areas of practice and City. For a limited time you can list your areas of practice on the Mississippi Law Firms Homepage and Mississippi Bar Directory On-Line Free for 60 days! To take advantage of this special offer, simply complete the form below. If satisfied, you may continue the listing for only $120.00 per year for 3 areas. Name: Firm: Address: Address 2: City: State: Zip Code: Number of Attorneys in Firm: Telephone: E-Mail: Homepage: Areas of Practice: Administrative Law Adoption Age Discrimination Agri-Business Anti-Trust Arbitration/Mediation Asbestos Litigation Automobile Accidents Aviation Law Chemical Sensitivity Civil Litigation Civil Rights Class Actions Collections/Replevin Commercial Law Commercial Litigation Commercial Torts Construction Law Corporate Law Creditor Bankruptcy Creditor's Rights Criminal Law Crisis Management Debtor Bankruptcy Domestic Matters DUI Defense Employment Law Energy Law Entertainment Law Environmental Law Estate Planning/Probate Family Federal Litigation Foreclosures Fraud Gaming General Practice General Litigation Government Law Immigration Law Insurance Claims Insurance Defense Intellectual Property International Law Labor Law Law Firm Breakups Legal Malpractice Loan Closings Maritime Mass Torts Medical Malpractice Military Law
WashLaw Web - State Government MN - NC Page StateWatch Private Government Watch; Internet law Library Information on mississippi. ofCourt Amended Court Rules; New York civil Practice law Rules http://www.washlaw.edu/uslaw/uslmn_nc.html
Extractions: Documents relating to state and local government and legislative information. Legislative Information Courts Opinion Search (Minnesota State Court System) Scope Rules of Court Statutes Local Government State Agencies Miscellaneous Historical Documents Return to StateLaw Home Page Return to the StateLaw Search Home Page Legislative Information The Mississippi Legislature House of Representatives Mississippi State Senate Mississippi Legislative Bill Status System ... Mississippi Joint Legislative PEER Committee Courts
Mississippi is generally a violation of mississippi law to intercept anyone who is not a law enforcementofficer civil liability for an unlawful interception is expressly http://www.rcfp.org/taping/states/mississippi.html
Extractions: Mississippi Miss. Code Ann.§ 41-29-501 to -537 (2000): It is generally a violation of Mississippi law to intercept and acquire the contents of wire, oral or other communications with a mechanical or electronic device. The law against interception of communications applies neither to a "subscriber" to a telephone who "intercepts a communication on a telephone to which he subscribes," nor to members of the subscriber's household. Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-535 (2000). Violations can be punished as misdemeanors carrying the potential for imprisonment for up to one year and fines of up to $10,000. Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-533 (2000). It is a felony, however, for anyone who is not a law enforcement officer to disclose the contents of intercepted communications for any reason other than testifying under oath in a governmental or court proceeding, and the penalty for such disclosure can be up to five years imprisonment and up to $10,000 in fines. Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-511, 529 (2000). Civil liability for an unlawful interception is expressly authorized for actual damages, $100 a day for each day of violation or $1,000 whichever is greater along with punitive damages, attorney fees and litigation costs. Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-529 (2000). In addition, the law specifically provides that if a person is a party to a communication, or has obtained consent from any one of the parties, no civil liability can be imposed unless the interception was accompanied by a criminal or tortious intent. Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-531 (2000). According to current legislation, the laws in place regarding the interception of wire and oral communications are set to be repealed on July 1, 2000. Miss. Code Ann. § 41-29-537 (2000).
Extractions: About Linking Sites Comment World Law Sites Internet Law Library All of Priweb.com [help] Internet Law Library: Civil Liberties and Civil Rights: General Collection of civil liberty law material compiled by the Electronic Frontier Foundation Collection of computers and academic freedom law material compiled by the Electronic Frontier Foundation Collection of human rights law material compiled by PeaceNet and the Association for Progressive Communications Collection of human rights law material compiled by the Victoria Law Foundation ...
Extractions: Position: Member. Born Hattiesburg, Mississippi, May 10, 1951; admitted to bar, 1976, Louisiana; 1977, Mississippi. Education: University of Alabama (B.A. 1973); Tulane University of Louisiana (J.D., 1976). Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Alpha Delta. Law Clerk, United States District Judge William Harold Cox, 1976-1977. Member: Louisiana State and American Bar Associations; Mississippi State Bar. Practice Areas: General Civil Litigation; Insurance Defense; Toxic Tort Litigation, Medical Malpractice. Email Carey Varnado [REPORTED DECISIONS] Jim Gladden [REPORTED DECISIONS] Position: Of Counsel. Born Talladega, Alabama, September 2, 1930; admitted to bar, 1955, Mississippi. Education: Mississippi College (B.A., 1952); New York University and University of Mississippi (J.D., 1955). Phi Alpha Delta; Omicron Delta Kappa. Member: South Central Mississippi Bar Association (President, 1978); Mississippi State Bar. [J.A.G.C., U.S. Army, 1955-1958]. Practice Areas: Insurance Law; Commercial Litigation. Position: Of Counsel. Born Oxford, Mississippi, October 25, 1954; admitted to bar 1988, Mississippi. Education: University of Southern Mississippi (B.S. 1983); University of Southern Mississippi (M.B.A. 1985); University of Mississippi (J.D. 1988). Phi Delta Phi; Moot Court Board; Member: South Central Mississippi Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, (President1991-1992); Mississippi Bar; American Bar Association.
Mississippi Court Rules from LII Download Federal Rules of civil Procedure in LII-Cornell US BankruptcyCode in Windows as the mississippi Bar and mississippi law Firms Homepage on http://www.mslegalforms.com/CourtRules/contents.html
Welcome To Phelps Dunbar of Louisiana Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals civil District Court for law Center mississippiUniversity of mississippi School of law mississippi College http://www.phelpsdunbar.com/site/html/publications/other.htm
Mississippi State Law And Government Uniform law Commission (Site 2), reserved. OF JUDICIAL CONDUCT; RULES OF THE MISSISSIPPICOMMISSION ON COURT ANNEXED MEDIATION RULES FOR civil LITIGATION; LOCAL http://www.hg.org/msform1.htm
Extractions: UNIFORM LAWS ADOPTED OR PROPOSED BY STATES Uniform Commercial Code Uniform Probate Code Code of Evidence Uniform Family Laws ... Uniform Law Commission (Site 2) reserved STATE REGULATIONS State Hunting Regulations State Fishing Regulations State Boating Regulations Day Care Center Regulations ... Health Facilities Regulations The Mississippi Motor Vehicle Commission's Regulations Regulation One: Regulation One covers Damage Disclosure.
Extractions: Collection Title: Price (James Earl) Mississippi History Collection Collection Number: AM 2000-62 Dates: Volume: .10 cu.ft. Provenance: Donated by Mr. James Earl Price. Form of Material: Mr. James Earl Price is a Mississippian with interests in many aspects of the history of the state of Mississippi, including but not limited to race relations, the civil rights movement, the alleged massacre of African American troops at Camp Van Dorn during World War II, and the Methodist Church. 1. Personal memoir regarding the reaction of the Methodist Church in Mississippi to the Civil Rights Movement. 2. Copies of papers presented at the Southeastern Jurisdictional Historical Society of the United Methodist Church, meeting in Natchez, Mississippi in July 1999. Collection Number: AM 2000-65 Dates: ca. 1963-1999 Volume: .10 cu.ft. Provenance: Donated by Mr. James Earl Price. Form of Material: 1. An article by Mr. Price entitled "Casey Jones, the Illinois Central Railroad, and the Train Wreck at Vaughn." 2. Newspaper articles and other documents pertaining to the Civil Rights era. Collection Number: AM 2000-76 Dates: Volume: .10 cu.ft.
Civil Rights In The South Collection from unauthorized copying by the Copyright law of the One copy of mississippi FreePress, August 18, 1962, a newspaper published during the civil Rights era http://www.lib.usm.edu/~archives/civsouth.htm
Extractions: MCCAIN LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES Unprocessed Manuscript Collection Collection Title: Civil Rights in the South Collection Collection Number: AM 99-60 Dates: Volume: 1 item Provenance: Donated by Dr. Josephine Martin. Form of Material: A booklet entitled "Health Care is a Human Right: A Collection of Biographies of the Medical Committee for Human Rights," compiled by MCHR physicians Dr. Josephine Martin and Dr. John L.S. Holloman after the 30th Anniversary MCHR Dinner held June 16, 1995 at the New York Academy of Medicine. The MCHR was a group of physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, dentists, and nurses who treated Civil Rights workers, local African Americans, anti-Vietnam War protesters, etc. during the sixties. It was formed in response to segregationists' violence directed toward black voter registration efforts in the South and MCHR volunteers worked at most of the forty-four sites of Mississippi Freedom Summer 1964. A copy of the booklet is also available in the McCain Library, call number E185.93.M6 H43 1998.
SPI: Public Policy: State Lien Laws Massachusetts Mold Lien law (links to a pdf doc). Minnesota, Mechanics' Lien StatuteSection 514.18 Section 514.19. mississippi, mississippi code § 857-101 http://www.plasticsindustry.org/membersonly/public/state/mold.htm
Extractions: Mold Lien, Mold Retention, Mechanics Lien and Other Property or Storage Related Lien Laws. This section of the Public Policy web page focuses on laws in individual states regarding mold lien, mold retention, mechanics' lien and other lien laws. To access a particular law, click on the law for that state. If there is a title, chapter and section listed, the link will only take you to the state's code index page. You must click on the appropriate links to be taken to the specific lien statute. If the state is not listed, it does not currently have any pertinent statues related to this topic. If you have any questions regarding this information, please contact Maureen Healey at 202-974-5219 or at email@example.com Alabama Code of Alabama §§ 8-28-1 to 8-28-4-Mold retention Alaska Alaska Statutes §§ 34.35.050 to 34.35.215-Other related Arizona