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It was a pleasure dealing with Mr. Carmody and his office from beginning to end. Carmody's law office was... more
Jackson  Victor Wallace Carmody Jr.

Victor Carmody

Jackson, MS DUI / DWI
Avvo rating 10.0
About 18 months ago, Attorney Harris represented me in a personal injury case. He never updated me on my case'... more
Jackson  Terris Caton Harris

Terris Harris

Jackson, MS Health Care
Avvo rating 6.6
Ms. Carafello has represented my family on not one but three occasions and she has been nothing but... more
Jackson  Jeanine Michele Carafello

Jeanine Carafello

Jackson, MS Personal Injury
Avvo rating 6.3
I was referred to John Hawkins by another attorney after she discovered she was unable to represent me due to... more
Jackson  John F Hawkins

John Hawkins

Jackson, MS Personal Injury
Avvo rating 7.2
this lawyer is NOT competent enough to represent real cases. Stopped in madison county while traveling... more
Jackson  Ivon Johnson

Ivon Johnson

Jackson, MS Criminal Defense
Avvo rating No concern
My experience having John represent me was awesome! He was very knowledgeable and responsive in regards to my... more
Jackson  John William Nisbett

John Nisbett

Jackson, MS Litigation
Avvo rating 8.8
Mr. Flechas represented me and my mother in a lawsuit. He did a fantastic job for us and we were successful.... more
Jackson  Eduardo A Flechas

Eduardo Flechas

Jackson, MS Litigation
Avvo rating 7.4
Mr. Harris represented me in 2010. The type of case involved defective products. I was referred to him by a... more
Jackson  Terris Caton Harris

Terris Harris

Jackson, MS Health Care
Avvo rating 6.6

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In 1839, state legislators in Jackson passed the Mississippi Married Women’s Property Law, providing women with the right to own and control their own property after marriage. Prior to the law, a woman was required to surrender all her property to her husband upon marriage, as was the custom under the existing legal doctrine of coverture.

Mississippi was the first state in the U.S. to pass such a law.

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