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2019 Law Changes in Mississippi

Published on May 31, 2019 at 11:10 am in Legal Information.
2019 Law Changes in Mississippi

Laws can be changed and updated, and new ones can be introduced. As a citizen of Mississippi, it’s a good idea to stay on top of what’s happening so you know your rights and the laws of your state. Staying on top of possible law changes allows you to be an engaged citizen.

Corban Gunn, Attorney at Law closely follows possible changes to personal injury law. We pride ourselves in giving our clients the best representation possible. To do that, we have to be experts on the law. Since the law is subject to change, we’re always aware of the bills that could be passed into law that would affect our work and our clients.

One of the current bills in 2019 involves slip and fall incidents. Here’s what you need to know about this bill:

2018 Mississippi Law Changes

Published on May 18, 2018 at 9:07 am in Legal Information.
2018 Mississippi Law Changes

Though we’re only a portion of the way through 2018, there have been a small handful of fairly major bills and acts that have passed in Mississippi during the year. Mississippi’s three-month legislative season, which just came to a close in March, was unfortunately rather lackluster in regard to the passing of new bills and laws, however.

Below you’ll find a brief summary of just a few of the major bills and acts that have passed in the first quarter of 2018:

15-Week Abortion Ban: As of March 2018, Mississippi almost became the state with the earliest abortion ban in the nation. Gov. Phil Bryant signed House Bill 1510 which prevents women from getting an abortion after the 15th week of their pregnancy. Almost immediately following this, a judge signed a temporary restraining order on the ban, however. The case and ban are awaiting litigation.

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