Pike County, Mississippi

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Pike County is one of 82 counties in Mississippi. The county is served by several courts. The Pike County Court is one of nineteen county courts and has exclusive jurisdiction over eminent domain proceedings and juvenile matters in the county. The county court judge also serves as the youth court judge.[1]

The 4th Chancery District has jurisdiction over disputes in matters involving equity; domestic matters including adoptions, custody disputes and divorces; guardianships; sanity hearings; wills; and challenges to constitutionality of state laws.[2]

Pike County also contains a justice court, which handles small claims, misdemeanors, and "any traffic offense that occurs outside a municipality."[3][4] The 14th Circuit District Court hears felony criminal prosecutions and civil lawsuits."[5]

The United States District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi has jurisdiction in Pike County. Appeals from the Southern District go to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.


Pike County, Mississippi

County Court

Pike County Court, Mississippi

Chancery Court

Mississippi 4th Chancery District

Circuit Court

Mississippi Fourteenth Judicial District

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Mississippi 4th Chancery District

Unopposed  Judge Debbra K. Halford (District 4)
See also: Mississippi judicial elections, 2014

Mississippi Fourteenth Judicial District

Unopposed  Judge Michael Taylor (District 14, Place 1)
Unopposed  Judge David Strong (District 14, Place 2)
See also: Mississippi judicial elections, 2014