Saturday, August 24, 2019

Mississippi Attorney General

Landlord Tenant Act

Read this publication for questions related to landlord-tenant issues.

CONSUMER ALERT: STAYING WEATHER AWARE AND AVOIDING SCAMS BEFORE AND AFTER...

With Tropical Storm Barry spreading across the north-central Gulf Coast, Attorney General Jim Hood encourages consumers to prepare now for dangerous storm conditions to...

Former Lee County Deputy Sheriff Facing Charges for Threating Sheriff

A former Lee County deputy sheriff is facing charges that he threatened to harm Lee County Sheriff Jim Johnson, announced Attorney General Jim Hood. Mike...

Mississippi Gets $42,479.50 from Data Breach Settlement with Health Insurer Premera

Attorney General Jim Hood secured $42,479.50 for the state of Mississippi from a multistate settlement with health insurance company Premera Blue Cross after the...

General Concerns and Inquiries

Use the form at the bottom of this page to send general concerns or inquiries only. IMPORTANT: DO NOT use this form below if the...

AG Hood Warns CFPB Against Weakening Overdraft Fee Rule

JACKSON—Attorney General Jim Hood joined 24 other attorneys general this week in opposing any effort by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to roll...

Belzoni Man Arrested for Possessing Child Pornography

HUMPHREYS COUNTY—A Belzoni man was arrested Wednesday and charged with one count of child exploitation for possession of child pornography, announced Attorney General Jim...

Grenada Funeral Home Owner Arrested for Selling Fake Funeral Plans

GRENADA COUNTY— Eddie “Skeeter” Robinson, III, of Grenada County, was arrested Monday on a 14-count indictment accusing him of selling unfunded, prepaid funeral plans...

AG Hood: ‘Cover is blown’ after drug price-fixing complaint unsealed

Unredacted emails provide evidence of conspiracy to inflate prices, hinder competition, obstruct justice Just over two weeks after asking a judge to unseal the complaint...

AG Hood Secures Debt Relief for Former ITT Tech Students in...

Following a settlement with a private student loan lender, 82 former ITT Tech students in Mississippi will receive a combined total of $753,821.22 in...