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Vincent Davis

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E. Vincent Davis
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Current Court Information:
Mississippi 17th Chancery District
Title:   Judge
Position:   Seat 1
Appointed by:   Gov. Haley Barbour
Active:   2009-2018
Past post:   Senator, Mississippi State Senate
Past term:   2008-2009
Personal History
Born:   6/28/1963
Undergraduate:   Alcorn State University, 1985
Law School:   Mississippi College, 1989
Candidate 2014:
Candidate for:  Chancery Court
Position:  District 17, Place 1
State:  Mississippi
Election information 2014:
Incumbent:  Yes
Election date:  11/4/2014
Election vote:  ApprovedA

Vincent Davis (b. June 28, 1963) is a judge for the 17th Chancery District (Seat 1) in Mississippi.[1] He was appointed by Governor Haley Barbour on December 7, 2009, and was re-elected the following year.[2][3] He was re-elected on November 4, 2014, for a term that begins in 2015 and expires in 2018.[4][5] Until his judicial appointment, Davis served as a Democratic member of the Mississippi State Senate, representing the 36th Senatorial District.




Davis was re-elected to the 17th Chancery District after running unopposed.[3]

See also: Mississippi judicial elections, 2010


Davis earned a B.S. degree from Alcorn State University in 1985, going on to receive his J.D. from the Mississippi College School of Law in 1989.[2]


For one year prior to his judicial appointment in 2009, Davis served as senator for District 36 of the Mississippi State Senate. He has practiced law since 1989, gaining experience as an assistant district attorney (6th Circuit Court District) and a city attorney (City of Fayette). Davis was a candidate for the Mississippi State Senate in 2003 but was not elected. He did join the Mississippi State Senate in 2008. He served in that position, representing the 36th District, until his appointment to a chancery judge post.[2]

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