- Leal v. University of Southern Mississippi, 040220 MSSC, 2018-CA-00408-SCT
- Mutual of Omaha Insurance Co. v. Driskell, 040220 MSSC, 2019-IA-00252-SCT
- Shelvy v. State, 040220 MSSC, 2019-KA-00400-SCT
- Chain v. Ormonde Plantation Inc., 033120 MSCA, 2017-CA-01733-COA
- Anderson v. Anderson, 033120 MSCA, 2018-CA-00532-COA
- Dickinson v. Dickinson, 033120 MSCA, 2018-CA-00827-COA
- Jenkins v. Jenkins, 033120 MSCA, 2018-CA-00857-COA
- Bridges v. State, 033120 MSCA, 2018-KA-01006-COA
- Thompson v. State, 033120 MSCA, 2019-KA-00652-COA
- Smith v. Mississippi Transportation Commission, 031920 MSSC, 2018-CA-01544-SCT
- 725 So.2d 613 (Miss. 1997), 93-DP-01173, Evans v. State
- Chapman v. State, 080918 MSSC, 2016-CA-01655-SCT
This appeal arose from the Hinds County, Mississippi Circuit Court’s order granting in part Richard Chapman’s motion for post-conviction relief (PCR), following the Mississippi Supreme Court’s mandate in Chapman v. Mississippi, 167 So. 3d 1170 (Miss. 2015) (Chapman IV). In a five-to-four decision,...
- 684 So.2d 643 (Miss. 1996), 92-DP-00890, Davis v. State
- 798 So.2d 352 (Miss. 2001), 1999-CA-00549, Wyssbrod v. Wittjen
- Roberts v. State, 091417 MSSC, 2016-KA-00847-SCT
Jafron Roberts was convicted by jury of kidnapping and statutory rape, but was acquitted him of sexual battery. The Circuit Court imposed the maximum penalty for the kidnapping conviction, thirty years, and sentenced Roberts to thirty-seven years for the statutory rape conviction, to run...
- Pace v. State, 051018 MSSC, 2015-KA-01916-SCT
Damion Pace was indicted for one count of burglary, two counts of kidnapping, one count of forcible rape, and one count of extortion. The jury acquitted Pace of forcible rape, but convicted him of one count of extortion, two counts of kidnapping, and one count of robbery, a crime for which Pace had ...
- Thomas v. State, 071918 MSSC, 2017-KA-00904-SCT
A jury found Andre Thomas guilty of one count of felony shoplifting. Thomas and an accomplice went to the electronics section of a Sam's Club in Gulfport, Mississippi at around 8:00 P.M. in 2015. A Sam’s Club employee was working at the store’s exit door on the night in question and was tasked with ...
- 254 So.3d 77 (Miss. 2018), 2015-DP-01159-SCT, Ambrose v. State
- 122 So.3d 614 (Miss. 2013), 2010-DP-01927-SCT, Galloway v. State
- 148 So.3d 278 (Miss. 2014), 2012-DP-00208-SCT, Corrothers v. State