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Yes, the District Attorney and her staff are actively involved in speaking through the three-county district. We offer a variety of presentations including the “See Something, Say Something” program, trends in crime, and the courts. Please contact us to request a speaker.
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Mississippi Law and professional standards prevent the District Attorney’s office from talking to Defendants. Contact your attorney or the Public Defender’s office.
For victims of violent crimes, there are programs to help them. Examples of violent crimes are aggravated assaults, rapes, and sexual battery. If you are the victim of a violent crime, contact our Victim Assistance Coordinator, Amanda Anderson, for more information.
No, according to the Mississippi Law, the District Attorney can not give civil advice.