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Mississippi, MS Florists

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Mississippi State Featured Florists

Dees Florist

206 Lila B Circle
Ripley, MS 38663

Reflections

207 Caldwell Dr Ste C
Hazlehurst, MS 39083

Robison Jack Florist

137 Public Square
Batesville, MS 38606

Flower Co

100 Russell St
Starkville, MS 39759

D'lisa Classic

205 West College Street
Booneville, MS 38829

Mississippi Flowers News

Nov 28, 2018

In the Dark podcast: Supreme Court will hear Curtis Flowers’s appeal - Vox.com

This past summer, it devoted its second season to Curtis Flowers, a black man from Mississippi who has been tried six times - yes, six - for the 1996 murders of four small-town furniture store employees. Flowers is the only man in US history to stand trial six times for the same crime. But now, as of an order issued Friday, Flowers will go before the Supreme Court - which could decide whether his guilty verdict will be overturned or upheld once and for all. Despite a lack of evidence connecting him to the murders, and a case which legal advocates have argued was "built on faulty eyewitnesses, improper forensics, and false confessions from untruthful informants," Curtis was found guilty three times in succession after each subsequent guilty conviction was overturned on appeal by higher courts. Then two more trials ended in hung juries, with the jury divided along racial lines. Flowers's most recent retrial, in 2010, resulted in a verdict reached after only half an hour of juror deliberation. The jury, which contained only one black juror, voted in favor of the death penalty. Prosecutor Doug Evans - who has tried all six of the cases, and who once delivered the keynote address...

Nov 28, 2018

Supreme Court agrees to hear Curtis Flowers appeal - APM Reports

Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear Flowers' latest appeal of his 2010 conviction for the murders at Tardy Furniture in Winona, Mississippi, 22 years ago.The court granted Flowers' petition for writ of certiorari, filed in June, which asks the justices to review whether District Attorney Doug Evans' history of "adjudicated purposeful race discrimination" should be a factor in looking at how Evans struck black jurors in Flowers' case.In the months ahead, the court will hear arguments from both Flowers' attorneys and lawyers for the state of Mississippi. Ultimately, the court, which agrees to review just over 1 percent of cases filed, will rule on whether Flowers' conviction should be upheld or overturned. Flowers' attorneys expect the case to be heard sometime before June."I am very excited for Curtis and for what I hope this will mean for both his case and for eliminating racial discrimination in jury selection," said Alison Steiner, one of Flowers' attorneys. "I like to think that the United States Supreme Court is still very interested in making sure that the justice system operates fairly and is not, in my view, poisoned by racial discrimination. So this affects more than just Curtis."A spokesperson for the Mississippi Attorney General's office, whic...

Nov 15, 2018

Supreme Court agrees to hear Curtis Flowers appeal

Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear Flowers' latest appeal of his 2010 conviction for the murders at Tardy Furniture in Winona, Mississippi, 22 years ago.The court granted Flowers' petition for writ of certiorari, filed in June, which asks the justices to review whether District Attorney Doug Evans' history of "adjudicated purposeful race discrimination" should be a factor in looking at how Evans struck black jurors in Flowers' case.In the months ahead, the court will hear arguments from both Flowers' attorneys and lawyers for the state of Mississippi. Ultimately, the court, which agrees to review just over 1 percent of cases filed, will rule on whether Flowers' conviction should be upheld or overturned. Flowers' attorneys expect the case to be heard sometime before June."I am very excited for Curtis and for what I hope this will mean for both his case and for eliminating racial discrimination in jury selection," said Alison Steiner, one of Flowers' attorneys. "I like to think that the United States Supreme Court is still very interested in making sure that the justice system operates fairly and is not, in my view, poisoned by racial discrimination. So this affects more than just Curtis."A spokesperson for the Mississippi Attorney General's office, whic...

Jul 26, 2018

In the Dark's Madeleine Baran on the Curtis Flowers Investigation

Peabody-winning reporter Madeleine Baran and her team examined the troubling case of Curtis Flowers, a black man accused of murdering four people in Mississippi two decades ago, who has since been tried an astonishing six times — and, more astonishingly, all six times by the same white prosecutor, District Attorney Doug Evans. Over the course of ten episodes, Baran & Co. paint a picture of a nightmarish justice system infected with severe potential for abuse of power. Their reporting systematically lays out the myriad ways in which the prosecution’s case against Flowers didn’t quite hold up, or seemed outright manufactured. It also produced new information that may be pertinent to future considerations of the case, like how the prosecution’s sole piece of direct evidence — the testimony of a jailhouse informant named Odell Hallmon — turned out to be a lie, and how an alternate suspect named Willie James Hemphill was never directly put forth in any of the six trials. The season is over, but the case lives on. Flowers, who is currently on death row, has two efforts in the works to prevent his execution: one is a direct appeal of his conviction to the U.S. Supreme Court, the other a request for post-conviction relief with the Mississippi Sup...

Apr 6, 2018

Out of flowers? Flour? Businesses contend with supply crises

His suppliers are demolition companies, and most sites with the wood he needs are in industrial revolution-era towns in New England and along the Mississippi River. "We go wherever we have to," Woods says.At Widespread Electrical Sales, owner Scott Vaughn also travels the country in search of equipment that may be decades old."We rely on big industrial plants that are closing, buy the right to their power distribution systems, and rip them down," says Vaughn, whose company is based in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. He also gets obsolete equipment from decommissioned call centers and data centers.Widespread Electric sells about half a million breakers a year, with some costing as much as $25,000. The cost is worth it for a business that otherwise would have to retrofit its power systems.Supply shortages are an inherent part of the electrical business, Vaughn says."It's directed by the manufacturers themselves," he says. "They put out a product line and sell it with a planned obsolescence program behind it."_____Follow Joyce Rosenberg at www.twitter.com/JoyceMRosenberg . Her work can be found here: https://apnews.com/search/joyce%20rosenberg...