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Senior Status Judge appointed to preside over Ware V. Dupree

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The Supreme Court of Mississippi has appointed Senior Status Judge, William F. Coleman, to preside over the court case of Ware V. Dupree.

Judge Coleman is a retired Hinds Circuit Judge. He now lives in Madison.

The following is a news release from the Supreme Court of Mississippi:

HAVING COME ON this date for hearing a request for appointment of a Judge to preside over a petition for judicial review in the proceedings in the above numbered and styled cause, which is presently pending in the Circuit Court of Forrest County, Mississippi, and the court having considered said request and found it proper under the Mississippi Code Annotated Section 23-15-961.

IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED AND ADJUDGED that Honorable William F. Coleman, Senior Status Judge, be, and he is, hereby specially appointed Special Judge To preside over the matter herein involved.

IT IS FURTHERED ORDERED that the Clerk of this Court transmit copies of this order to the Honorable William F. Coleman, Special Judge, and the Honorable Robert B. Helfrich, Judge of and for the Twelfth Circuit Court District; and, to the Clerk of the Circuit of Forrest County, who is directed to file this Order and deliver copies to all counsel of record in said case to the parties not represented by counsel.

SO ORDERED this the 25th day of June, 2013.

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