Mississippi

Mississippi became the 20th state on December 10, 1817. Jackson is the state capital. There are currently 82 counties each with a courthouse.

 

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Click on a county below to learn more:

A – L

Adams County / Alcorn County / Amite County / Attala County / Benton County / Bolivar County / Calhoun County / Carroll County / Chickasaw County / Choctaw County / Claiborne County / Clarke County / Clay County / Coahoma County / Copiah County / Covington County / DeSoto County / Forrest County / Franklin County / George County / Greene County / Grenada County / Hancock County / Harrison County / Hinds County / Holmes County / Humphreys County / Issaquena County / Itawamba County / Jackson County / Jasper County / Jefferson County / Jefferson Davis County / Jones County / Kemper County / Lafayette County / Lamar County / Lauderdale County / Lawrence County / Leake County / Lee County / Leflore County / Lincoln County / Lowndes County

M – Y

Madison County / Marion County / Marshall County / Monroe County / Montgomery County / Neshoba County Newton County / Noxubee County / Okitibbeha County / Panola County / Pearl River County / Perry County / Pike County / Pontotoc County / Prentiss County / Quitman County / Rankin County / Scott County / Sharkey County Simpson County / Smith County / Stone County / Sunflower County / Tallahatchie County / Tate County / Tippah County / Tishomingo County / Tunica County / Union County / Walthall County / Warren County / Washington County / Wayne County / Webster County / Wilkinson County / Winston County / Yalobusha County / Yazoo County

 

 

Mississippi Supreme Court and Court of Appeals