Time of holding court in the State of Mississippi.

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The Supreme Court is the state's highest court. It hears appeals from chancery and circuit courts and cases involving public utility rate changes. The Supreme Court also regulates procedures for the state courts. The Court of Appeals helps ease the Supreme Court caseload by hearing cases assigned by the high court.

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