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Know Your Rights: Mississippi Legalizes Medical Marijuana

On February 2, 2022, Governor Reeves signed bipartisan legislation, SB 2095, and Mississippi became the 37th state to legalize medical cannabis. The law was effective immediately upon signing by the governor, although medical cannabis will not become available in the...

Mississippi Truck Accident Statistics

Mississippi highways may offer some nostalgic and lush scenic views, but those same highways can generally be a dangerous place for car drivers when sharing the road with an 18-wheeler. When you include the hazards of texting, inebriation, or just plain distractions,...

18-Wheeler Accident Statistics in Texas

While commercial vehicles provide a necessity to our nation, operating an 18-wheeler can be deadly. Nationwide, about 510,000 accidents involving 18-wheelers occur annually. Of those accidents, around 4,500 result in death of the passenger car in a collision at...

5 Reasons You May Need to Hire a Criminal Defense Attorney

When an individual is facing criminal defense charges, one of the biggest questions is whether or not to hire a criminal defense attorney. Many might second guess the necessity of hiring a criminal defense lawyer due to the potential costs and fees associated with...

Why You Shouldn’t Talk to an Insurance Adjuster Without a Personal Injury Lawyer

When you’ve been in a car or truck accident, you may think that the worst is behind you; however, if you aren’t paying attention, you can dig yourself deeper into trouble. One of the biggest mistakes you can make is speaking with an insurance claim adjuster after a...

Felony Expungement Rules…

FELONY EXPUNGEMENT Many felony charges can also be expunged – even after a guilty plea or conviction.  And like misdemeanors, any felony charge that was dismissed, not prosecuted or in which you were found not guilty can be expunged. Expungement of Certain...

Misdemeanor Expungement Rules…

SO WHAT CAN BE EXPUNGED? MISDEMEANOR EXPUNGEMENT If you have ever been arrested or charged with a misdemeanor offense in Mississippi, contact us at your convenience to discuss your options for obtaining an expungement.  There are several methods to expunge a...

New Beginnings…

What crimes are eligible for Expungement in Mississippi? Misdemeanor Convictions  Any person who has been convicted of a misdemeanor, excluding a conviction for a traffic violation, and who is a first offender, may petition the justice, county, circuit or...

Drug News…

In recent years, many people have relaxed their opinions on the use of controlled substances, and many believe that drugs such as marijuana should be completely legal for recreational and medicinal use. However, the State of Mississippi does not share that opinion....

DUI NEWS…

Under new MS Law any fourth or subsequent conviction of DUI, WITHOUT regard to the TIME PERIOD within which the violations occurred, the person SHALL be guilty of a FELONY and fined not less than $3,000.00 nor more than $10,000.00, and SHALL serve NOT LESS than two...