Areas of Practice

Civil Rights Litigation

McLaughlin Law Firm has represented its clients in various cases involving the violation of Federal constitutional rights.  McLaughlin Law Firm has successfully represented clients in civil rights claims in the Federal trial courts of the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi and in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

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Appellate Representation

McLaughlin Law Firm has an extensive appellate practice.  The attorneys of McLaughlin Law Firm have successfully represented clients’ interests on appeal before the Mississippi Court of Appeals, the Mississippi Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.  McLaughlin Law Firm handles appeals in both civil and criminal cases.

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Employment Discrimination Litigation

McLaughlin Law Firm handles all types of employment discrimination cases.  These claims include cases brought in the Federal Courts under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act (discrimination based on race, color, sex or national origin) the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Personal Injury Litigation

McLaughlin Law Firm handles personal injury matters from minor automobile accidents to wrongful death claims.  Our broad personal injury practice encompasses all injury claims including on-the-job injuries (workers compensation claims), premises liability cases and injuries caused by actions of state or local governments.

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Criminal Defense

We represent clients accused of committing crimes ranging from misdemeanors, such as DUI offenses, to capital crimes.  The attorneys of McLaughlin Law Firm have represented clients in criminal cases in Trial Courts throughout the State.

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Domestic Relations / Family Law

We handle all cases involving divorce, child custody, child visitation or child support. We also represent clients in cases seeking modification of Chancery Court Decrees and in contempt actions.

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