Justice courts not designed for deciding constitutional issues

By SID SALTER,

STARKVILLE — If you need a wise, reasonable soul to adjudicate a drunken misdemeanor bar fight, sort out right from wrong in a traffic ticket, or even to officiate at a wedding, the average Mississippi justice court judge can be your huckleberry.

 
 
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