City of Jackson v. Doe

Supreme Court finds operation of park to be discretionary where two girls sued the City of Jackson after they were molested in a public park operated by the city

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Two girls sued the City of Jackson after they were molested in a public park operated by the City. The City moved for summary judgment, arguing that it was immune from suit. The trial court denied the motion. The Supreme Court granted an interlocutory appeal and ultimately reversed the decision, finding the city immune from liability under Mississippi's Tort Claims Act.

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