Mississippi Code Title 99. Criminal Procedure § 99-41-19. Evidentiary effect of conviction

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Proof of conviction of a person whose acts give rise to a claim shall be conclusive evidence that the crime was committed unless an application for rehearing, an appeal of the conviction or certiorari is pending or unless a rehearing and new trial has been ordered.  The director may suspend the proceedings before it pending disposition of a criminal prosecution that has been commenced or is imminent.

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