1. Welcome Back Ole Miss Students and Incoming Freshmen and Transfers

    Haymans and Company, PLLC welcomes back current Ole Miss students and extends a first welcome to the incoming freshman class and transfer students. We know that you will enjoy your time at Ole Miss and in Oxford as much as we do. While we know that you will enjoy the Square celebrating Ole Miss vict…Read More

  2. Haymans Law Criminal Defense Attorneys

    We understand facing criminal charges can be intimidating and highly stressful. Dealing with criminal charges on your own can be frustrating and usually leads to an outcome that is not best for you. Our attorneys are dedicated to helping people facing all types of criminal charges get fair treatment…Read More

  3. DUI Levels and Consequences

    Below is some very basic information on the various levels of DUI (driving under the influence, or more commonly "drunk driving").  While this list does include some of the consequences of receiving a DUI it does not include the non-judicial consequences such as: ramifications for college or gradua…Read More

  4. Refusing a Breath Test

    One of the most frequent questions, when it comes to a DUI, is “should you blow?” or otherwise submit to a breath test. When pulled over and the officer suspects you of driving under the influence, he may ask you to submit to a breath test. In the event you refuse, your license could be suspende…Read More

  5. Use of an Interlock Device While Resolving a DUI Charge

    In the event you are facing DUI charges you may lose your driving privileges. For example, as included in the post on the nonadjudication of a DUI offense, while undergoing the nonadjudication process you may have to surrender your license. However, there are ways to avoid this, primarily through th…Read More

  6. Expunging your DUI

    While the best strategy for maintaining a clear record is to never get a DUI, in the event you have already been convicted of a DUI/DWI, you may have the opportunity to have the DUI conviction expunged, meaning taken off your record.  Having a DUI conviction expunged from your record has tremendous…Read More

  7. DUI Checkpoints and Roadblocks

    Sobriety checkpoints, also known as DUI checkpoints, or more commonly “roadblocks” refer to the temporary stops intended to locate drunk drivers and to keep them off the road. Many people question the legality of such checkpoints or roadblocks and whether they are permitted, the simple answer is…Read More

  8. Simple Assault?

    As has been discussed in previous posts, "simple assault" is a misdemeanor resulting from a person: knowingly or recklessly causing bodily injury to another, negligently causing bodily injury to another with a weapon, or even threatening a person in such a manor that they fear serious bodily harm. …Read More

  9. Selecting the Right Criminal Defense Attorney

    Facing criminal charges is a serious situation and one which can cause a great deal of anxiety for the defendant as well as their family. During these times it is important to select the right criminal defense attorney to help guide you through the court system and to obtain the best results for you…Read More

  10. Facing a Breath Test, DUI Defense Part 2

    Following the initial stop and an officer’s suspicion that you are operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, you may find yourself facing a breath test. Under Mississippi’s implied consent law the police have the right to request that you submit to a breath test. You will also li…Read More