Hall v. Jackson, No. 46507

CourtUnited States State Supreme Court of Mississippi
Writing for the CourtBRADY
Citation257 So.2d 856
PartiesLeo HALL v. CITY OF JACKSON.
Docket NumberNo. 46507
Decision Date24 January 1972

Page 856

257 So.2d 856
Leo HALL
v.
CITY OF JACKSON.
No. 46507.
Supreme Court of Mississippi.
Jan. 24, 1972.

Appeal from Circuit Court, Hinds County; Russel D. Moore, Judge.

Perry, Phillips, Crockett, Peters & Morrison, Thomas I. Starling, Jr., Jackson, for appellant.

H.A. Courtney, Jackson, for appellee.

BRADY, Justice.

We have carefully read the record and briefs submitted by litigants and have given due consideration to all factual and legal issues concerned. The basic issues in this case are controlled by the following cases: Love v. City of Jackson, 248 So.2d 633 (Miss.1971); City of Jackson v. Husbands, 233 So.2d 817 (Miss.1970); Sunray DX Oil Co. v. City of Jackson, 209 So.2d 838 (Miss.1968); City of Jackson v. Wilson, 195 So.2d 470 (Miss.1966); Westminster Presbyterian Church v. City of Jackson, 253 Miss. 495, 176 So.2d 267 (1965); Ballard v. Smith, 234 Miss. 531, 107 So.2d 580, 75 A.L.R.2d 152 (1958).

Under the facts of this case and our former decisions, the judgment of the circuit court is affirmed.

Affirmed.

RODGERS, P.J., and JONES, SMITH and SUGG, JJ., concur.

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  • Tran v. State, No. 92-KA-01058-SCT
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Mississippi
    • August 22, 1996
    ...M.) 401 (1847)). "A review of the digest reveals more than twenty cases where similar instructions have been held erroneous." Blackwell, 257 So.2d at 856. This Court decided this case in 1972. Since then, this Court has consistently held such an instruction In a long line of cases, this Cou......
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  • Tran v. State, No. 92-KA-01058-SCT
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Mississippi
    • August 22, 1996
    ...M.) 401 (1847)). "A review of the digest reveals more than twenty cases where similar instructions have been held erroneous." Blackwell, 257 So.2d at 856. This Court decided this case in 1972. Since then, this Court has consistently held such an instruction In a long line of cases, this Cou......

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