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Attorney says JPD won’t let him file charge.

As Reported by ClarionLedger.com (June 28, 2016, By Sarah Fowler, William Moore) ---- A Mississippi attorney is claiming he’s being denied from filing an affidavit against a former Jackson Police officer. Grenada based attorney Carlos Moore was at the Hinds County Courthouse Wednesday, attempting to file an affidavit on behalf of his client, Adrian Jackson, against former JPD officer Justin Roberts. Moore said he attempted to file an affidavit at the Hinds County Justice Court, Hinds County Sheriff's Department and Hinds County Circuit Clerk's office. After an unsuccessful day in the court system Wednesday, Moore said Jackson plans to sign an affidavit against Roberts Friday at JPD. [caption id=""...

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Family, attorney demand action from city in officer-involved shooting.

As Reported by DJournal.com (June 28, 2016, By Daily Journal, William Moore) ---- Daily Journal TUPELO – The family of a Tupelo man who died in an officer-involved shooting and their attorney gathered Monday to demand the police officer be fired and charged criminally, while a Tupelo leader said certain claims against the city and community are “ridiculous” and “inflammatory.” Grenada attorney Carlos Moore, who has been retained by the family of Antwun “Ronnie” Shumpert to look into the possibility of a federal civil rights lawsuit, hosted a press conference Monday to make demands of the Tupelo Police Department and the city of Tupelo. [caption id="attachment_2997" align="alignright"...

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Dad won’t serve jail time after forgetting baby in hot car.

As Reported by NYPost.com (January 27, 2017, By Chris Perez) ---- A Mississippi man who was facing up to 20 years behind bars for accidentally leaving his baby daughter to die in a hot car will not be serving any prison time at all — after copping a plea deal Friday, a report says. Joshua Blunt, 26, pleaded guilty in Grenada Municipal Court to culpable negligence manslaughter and was given a five-year suspended sentence and five years’ supervised probation, according to The Clarion-Ledger. His attorney, Carlos Moore, told the newspaper that he agreed to the plea after the local prosecutor acknowledged that he did not...

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