Mississippi--Judiciary. High Court of Errors and Appeals

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Operating at the state level, the Mississippi High Court of Errors and Appeals was created by the 1832 state constitution and was comprised of three popularly-elected justices. It remained the highest appellate court in the state until 1869, when it was replaced by the state Supreme Court. (Mississippi Encyclopedia)

See also: https://mississippiencyclopedia.org/entries/appellate-courts/

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