Federal Court in Mississippi
Court Records, Directory And News in Mississippi
Federal Court
US Bankruptcy Court
Jackson
100 E Capitol St Ste 1

(601) 965-5301
US Bankruptcy Court Clerk
Gulfport
2012 15th St Ste 244

(228) 563-1790
US Bankruptcy Court Clerk
Aberdeen
703 Highway 145 N

(662) 369-2596
US Bankruptcy Court Judge
Aberdeen
703 Highway 145 N

(662) 369-2624
US Court Clerk
Jackson
245 E Capitol St Ste 316

(601) 965-4439
US Court Of Appeals
Jackson
245 E Capitol St Ste 200

(601) 965-5840
US District Court Clerk
Vicksburg
Old Post Office Bldg

(601) 636-0622
US District Court Clerk
Gulfport
2012 15th St

(228) 563-1700
US District Court Clerk
Meridian
2100 9th St

(601) 693-2883
US District Court Clerk
Hattiesburg
701 N Main St Ste 200

(601) 583-2433
US District Court Clerk
Oxford
911 Jackson Ave E Ste 369

(662) 234-1971
US District Court Judge
Natchez
118 S Wall St

(601) 445-0578
US District Court Judge
Greenville
305 Main St Ste 401

(662) 335-4416
US District Court Judge
Jackson
245 E Capitol St Ste 430

(601) 965-4545
US District Court Judge
Oxford
911 Jackson Ave E Ste 369

(662) 234-3401
US District Court Magistrate
Greenville
305 Main St Ste 401

(662) 335-9214
US District Court Probation
Oxford
911 Jackson Ave E Ste 369

(662) 234-2761
US District Judge
Natchez
115 S Wall St, Ste 200

(601) 442-3006
US District Judge
Hattiesburg
701 N Main St Ste 228

(601) 583-4422
US Magistrate Judge
Gulfport
2012 15th St Ste 672

(228) 563-1720
US Magistrate Judge
Hattiesburg
701 N Main St

(601) 544-9100


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Latest Federal Court News
23, Jul 2014 - Poll book lawsuit withdrawn, could be refiled
(AP) — A voters' rights group fighting for the release of voter registration data is dropping its lawsuit in Mississippi's northern federal court district in order to refile it in the southern district. Mississippi voters don't register by party, but state law bans people from voting in one party's primary and the other party's runoff in the same election cycle. Mills wrote that crossover voting ...
23, Jul 2014 - Court Asks 'True the Vote' Group to Justify Election Lawsuit
JACKSON, Miss. - The following news release is from the Office of the Secretary of State:The Federal Court in the Northern District of Mississippi issued a show cause order to transfer the case of True the Vote vs. The State of Mississippi. The Court acted on its own motion.  
22, Jul 2014 - Bitter Mississippi Republican primary not quite over after all
Mississippi’s epic Republican Senate primary isn’t truly over after all – and may wind up in court. Tea party state Sen. Chris McDaniel claims that US Sen. Thad Cochran stole the June 24 runoff vote, by encouraging Democrats to vote illegally.  The McDaniel campaign says it will soon have amassed enough evidence of “illegal votes” to overcome Senator Cochran’s roughly 6,800-vote margin of ...
22, Jul 2014 - 4 more face charges stemming from Miss. hate crime case
Four more people are charged in a Mississippi hate crime case that stems from the 2011 death of a Jackson man. Sarah Graves , Shelby Richards, Robert Rice and John Blaylack entered not guilty pleas Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Jackson. Each was given a $100,000 bond. Click here to watch the report. "We are very pleased that the United States government has moved forward. We're just happy ...
22, Jul 2014 - Man pleads guilty to investment fraud scheme
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - A Louisiana man has pleaded guilty to two counts of mail fraud for executing a $13 million investment fraud scheme that included victims in Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas and Florida. The Advocate reports 59-year-old James R. Holdman, of Baker, Louisiana, entered the plea Friday in federal court in Baton Rouge. In return for Holdman's guilty pleas, prosecutors agreed to ...
21, Jul 2014 - Brown is first African American woman to sit on Mississippi federal bench
History in the state where the first African American woman holds a seat on the U.S. District Court. Investiture for United States District Judge Debra M. Brown was held Sunday in Greenville.
21, Jul 2014 - Ex-football coach Bowling hearing set for Tuesday
ABERDEEN -- A federal judge will hear arguments Tuesday from a former Mississippi and Alabama prep football coach on a motion challenging his sentence on charges that he transported boys across state lines for sex.
20, Jul 2014 - Ex-coach Bowling hearing set
ABERDEEN, Miss. (AP) - A federal judge will hear arguments Tuesday from a former Mississippi and Alabama prep football coach on a motion challenging his sentence on charges that he transported boys across state lines for sex. U.S. District Judge Glen H. Davidson has scheduled the hearing in ...
20, Jul 2014 - Appeals panel rules against Pugh in bail bond lawsuit
JACKSON COUNTY — A federal appeals panel has upheld a ruling that Mississippi sheriffs are authorized to decide who will — or won’t — write bail bonds in their counties.
20, Jul 2014 - Jackson, MS McDaniel’s backers refile poll books lawsuit
JACKSON — A federal lawsuit seeking voter records has been refiled in Mississippi’s southern district federal court.
20, Jul 2014 - Gulfport, MS McDaniel turns to Supreme Court in bid to count votes
JACKSON — U.S. Senate challenger Chris McDaniel is taking his quest to view original voting records to the Mississippi Supreme Court. McDaniel asked yesterday for an emergency order forcing Harrison County Circuit Clerk Gayle Parker to let him see original copies of poll books.
20, Jul 2014 - Miss. voting records suit refiled in Jackson
A federal lawsuit seeking voter records has been refiled in Mississippi's southern district federal court. Texas group True the Vote and 22 Mississippi residents sued Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann, the state Republican Party and nine county election commissions Wednesday in Jackson. The plaintiffs say federal law requires authorities to release voting rolls and poll books in ...
20, Jul 2014 - Miss.: Consumers harmed by credit reporting giant
WASHINGTON (AP) — Mississippi has sued credit reporting giant Experian, alleging sweeping errors in the company's data and routine violations of consumer protection laws.
20, Jul 2014 - Jackson, MS Eaton To Pay $147.5M To Settle Trade Secrets Dispute
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -- Power management company Eaton Corp. will pay $147.5 million to settle a long-running trade secret dispute with aerospace firm Triumph Group that exploded into scandal after Eaton lawyers paid to improperly influence an ex-Mississippi state judge who eventually served prison time.
17, Jul 2014 - Four more charged with hate crimes tied to 2011 Mississippi slaying
By Therese Apel JACKSON Miss. (Reuters) - Four white Mississippi residents pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to federal hate crime charges stemming from an attack on a black man run over by a truck and killed, in a case that has already yielded six convictions. The 2011 killing of James Craig Anderson, 47, sparked outrage for its heinous nature, particularly since it took place in Mississippi, a ...
04, Apr 2014 - Rulings limit investigations exemption for records
BILOXI, Miss. (AP) - State and federal court rulings in Mississippi have put public officials on notice that they can't keep public records private by seizing them for investigations. "It's important because two courts, state and federal, have correctly concluded that records generated by a state agency in ...
04, Apr 2014 - Sun Herald seeks release of Byrd letters
GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi newspaper wants to see letters written to a federal judge in Alabama on behalf of former Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd who faced sentencing for witness tampering.
04, Apr 2014 - Several Region 8 counties under tornado warning, watch area extended
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for the following counties in Region 8 until 4 a.m. In Arkansas: Clay, Craighead, Greene, Lawrence and Mississippi Counties.
04, Apr 2014 - Court of Appeals to hear arguments in abortion clinic case
NEW ORLEANS — A federal appeals court in New Orleans will hear arguments April 28 in a lawsuit challenging a 2012 Mississippi law that threatens to close the state’s only abortion clinic.
03, Apr 2014 - New Orleans federal appeals court to hear arguments on Mississippi abortion clinic law
JACKSON, Mississippi -- A federal appeals court in New Orleans will hear arguments April 28 in a lawsuit challenging a 2012 Mississippi law that threatens to close the state's only abortion clinic. The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals notified...
03, Apr 2014 - Appeals court wants more on desegregation case
JACKSON, Miss. — A federal appeals court has asked a Mississippi judge to explain how a freedom of choice plan will desegregate the Cleveland, Miss., school system.
02, Apr 2014 - Should Mississippi execute its first woman in 70 years? (+video)
The Mississippi Supreme Court did not approve a March 27 execution date for Michelle Byrom, convicted of capital murder for a role in her husband's death. Questions about the handling of her case persist.
02, Apr 2014 - Prescription drug ring suspect turns himself in to authorities
A doctor from the Atlanta area and three South Mississippi residents are accused of running an illegal pill ring that started when the men connected at coast casinos. The alleged crimes have been going on for years.
02, Apr 2014 - Three year investigation uncovers Coast prescription drug ring
A doctor from the Atlanta area and three South Mississippi residents are accused of running an illegal pill ring that started when the men connected at coast casinos. The alleged crimes have been going on for years.
02, Apr 2014 - Natchez, MS Nine Plead Guilty In Adams County Prison Riot
Nine inmates have pleaded guilty in federal court in Natchez to participating in a deadly prison riot in Mississippi in 2012. One guard was killed and 20 people were injured in the May 20, 2012, riot at the privately run Adams County Correctional Facility in Natchez, which holds immigrants convicted of crimes while being in the U.S. illegally. The U.S. Attorney's Office says the pleas were ...
02, Apr 2014 - AG Hood Wants Explanation in Byrom Death Sentence Reversal
The office of state Attorney General Jim Hood is asking the Mississippi Supreme Court to "enter a reasoned opinion stating the basis the reversal of the conviction of capital murder and sentence" of Michelle Byrom.
02, Apr 2014 - Jackson, MS Scruggs on home confinement after prison
JACKSON -- Disbarred Mississippi attorney Richard "Dickie" Scruggs is back at home in Oxford.
02, Apr 2014 - Natchez, MS 9 Plead Guilty in Adams County Prison Riot
Nine inmates have pleaded guilty to participating in a deadly Mississippi prison riot.
02, Apr 2014 - Should Mississippi execute its first woman in 70 years?
The Mississippi Supreme Court did not approve a March 27 execution date for Michelle Byrom, convicted of capital murder for a role in her husband's death. Questions about the handling of her case persist.
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