Open letter to the voters of Clarke and Lauderdale



When a woman or man goes into court, they expect two things, a fair and a quick trial. Let me say we have neither under Judge (Sarah) Springer, who is currently serving as chancery judge.

I spent four years and four months in court proceedings. First of all, I could not get a court date set. When a date finally was set, it was split into three separate sessions which were months apart.

Although the chancellor admitted that a prenuptial agreement was done legally, she went completely against it. When the chancellor’s opinion came down seven weeks after the last court date, I had to appeal all 26 pages of the rulings the chancellor had made.

Needless to say, the rulings were overturned by the Mississippi Court of Appeals. It took four years, four months and several thousands of dollars to get a divorce that should have been completed in six months or less, if a prompt and fair trial had been granted.

Voters please think carefully before voting for chancery judge on Nov. 7.



Harlon “Buddy” Long

Quitman

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