Ridgeland Administrative Law Lawyer, Mississippi

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Bullock v. AIU Ins. Co.

... WHETHER THE ADMINISTRATIVE LAW JUDGE'S OCTOBER 1999 RULING BECAME FINAL WHEN NEITHER PARTY APPEALED THE RULING TO THE COMMISSION WITHIN TWENTY DAYS. ¶ 14. ... Our decision is further supported by general principles of administrative law. ...

HINDS COUNTY SCHOOL DIST. BD. v. RB ex rel. DLB

... (2) To cross-examine or otherwise pose questions to persons giving statements adverse to the student: To offer statements by the student and parent(s) or guardian and any other person who has information relevant to the charges advanced by the Administrative head of the ...

Walker v. State

... Mississippi Code Annotated section 47-5-803(2) (Rev.2004) provides that "[n]o state court shall entertain an offender's grievance or complaint which falls under the purview of the administrative[-]review procedure unless and until such offender shall have exhausted the ...