State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

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9-9-1 - Continuation and establishment in certain counties.
9-9-3 - Establishment by agreement between two or more counties; expenses of operating court to be prorated.
9-9-5 - County judge; qualifications, election, term of office, and filling of vacancies.
9-9-7 - Repealed.
9-9-9 - County judge; general restriction on practice of law.
9-9-11 - County judge; compensation and further restrictions.
9-9-13 - Municipalities may supplement salaries of county judicial officers surrendering right to practice law.
9-9-14 - Additional judge for Harrison County.
9-9-15 - Additional judges for Hinds County.
9-9-16 - Additional judge for Washington County.
9-9-17 - Additional judge for Jackson County.
9-9-18 - Additional county court judge for Rankin County.
9-9-19 - Term of court fixed.
9-9-21 - Jurisdiction.
9-9-23 - Powers of county judge.
9-9-25 - Repealed.
9-9-27 - Transfer of cases; prosecution by affidavit.
9-9-29 - Court of record; duties of circuit clerk and sheriff; fees.
9-9-31 - Duties of prosecuting attorney.
9-9-33 - Repealed.
9-9-35 - Circuit judges authorized to assign cases and other court duties to county judges where dockets overcrowded.
9-9-36 - Chancellors authorized to assign cases and other court duties to county judges where dockets overcrowded.
9-9-37 - Certain counties may establish or abolish court.
9-9-39 - Effect of abolition of county court; pending matters transferred.
9-9-41 - Court may be abolished in certain counties.
9-9-43 - Legislative action or election required to abolish courts in certain counties.
9-9-45 - When other counties become eligible for establishment or abolition of court.