2013 Mississippi Code
Title 25 - PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC RECORDS
Chapter 3 - SALARIES AND COMPENSATION
GENERAL PROVISIONS
§ 25-3-27 - Salaries of deputy sheriffs in counties having two judicial districts


MS Code § 25-3-27 (2013) What's This?

The board of supervisors of any county having two judicial districts may, in the discretion of said board, pay a salary of not less than One Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($ 1,500.00) nor more than Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($ 2,500.00) to a regularly appointed deputy sheriff, who shall reside in and serve in the judicial district of the county other than the judicial district in which the sheriff of the county resides, provided the sheriff's office in both districts shall be kept open for official business during the hours required by law.

The board of supervisors of any county having two judicial districts with an assessed valuation of less than Four Million Dollars ($ 4,000,000.00) shall pay a salary of not less than One Thousand Dollars ($ 1,000.00) nor more than Fifteen Hundred Dollars ($ 1500.00) per annum to a regularly appointed deputy sheriff, who shall reside in and serve in the judicial district of the county other than the judicial district of the county in which the sheriff resides, provided the sheriff's office in both districts be kept open for official business during the hours required by law.

The board of supervisors of any county having two judicial districts, having a population of less than fifteen thousand (15,000) according to the last federal census, and situated partly inside and partly outside the Yazoo-Mississippi Valley Delta may pay a salary of not less than Two Thousand Four Hundred Dollars ($ 2,400.00) nor more than Five Thousand Four Hundred Dollars ($ 5,400.00) per annum to a regularly appointed deputy sheriff, who shall reside in and serve in the judicial district of the county other than the judicial district of the county in which the sheriff resides, provided the sheriff's office in both districts be kept open for official business during the hours required by law.

The board of supervisors of any county having an assessed valuation of not exceeding Six Million Two Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($ 6,250,000.00) and having situated within its boundaries two federal flood control reservoirs, or parts of said reservoirs, shall pay a salary of Fifteen Hundred Dollars ($ 1500.00) per annum to a regularly appointed deputy sheriff, who shall reside in and serve in the judicial district of the county other than the judicial district of the county in which the sheriff resides, provided the sheriff's office in both districts be kept open for official business during the hours required by law.

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