Litigation

Supremes to Hilburn: Explain Your Stay

The Mississippi Supreme Court today ordered Judge Breland Hilburn to explain his reasoning for entering a stay in the Almond case.  Judge Hilburn has until noon Wednesday to file his response. Filing responses today were former SRHS Trustee Scott Taylor, SRHS attorneys Kelly Sessoms and Brett Williams, and Jackson County attorney Billy Guice. The responses …

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Emergency Motion Filed at Supreme Court – Alleges Judicial Corruption

Attorneys Harvey Barton and Earl Denham have filed a motion with the Mississippi Supreme Court asking for an emergency hearing on their cases in the Singing River pension matter. Barton and Denham point to video of a secret meeting by the judges in the case and attorneys from SRHS and for other plaintiffs. The motion …

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Reminder of an Order of the Court and Rules of Professional Conduct

To certain attorneys commenting online, especially on newspaper and television reports: please be mindful of an order by Judge Guirola on August 18, 2015.  The order requires attorneys who have entered an appearance in the federal cases to limit extrajudicial statements as contemplated by the Miss. Rules of Professional Conduct 3.6. Additionally,  please be aware …

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