ᐅ Domestic Violence Registry – Mississippi (MS)

WHAT IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE?
Domestic violence is the willful intimidation, physical assault, battery,  and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and control perpetrated by one intimate partner against another. It includes physical violence, threats, and emotional abuse. The frequency and severity of domestic violence can vary dramatically. #domesticviolence. Domestic Violence Law in MS

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Arrest Records Database - Jones County, Mississippi

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James Ernest Ulmer
Arrest Age 36
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Arrested Aug 05, 2014
• domestic violence 2nd offense
Ulmer James - Jones County, Mississippi
James E Ulmer
Arrest Age 35
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Arrested Apr 28, 2013
• domestic violence
Ulmer James - Jones County, Mississippi
Stephen Ulmer
Arrest Age 18
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Arrested Sep 17, 2014
• domestic violence
Ulmer Stephen - Jones County, Mississippi
Talis Ulmer
Arrest Age 22
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Arrested Nov 03, 2016
• domestic violence
Ulmer Talis - Jones County, Mississippi
Tricia Ulmer
Arrest Age 34
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Arrested Oct 25, 2015
• domestic violence
Ulmer Tricia - Jones County, Mississippi


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10 thoughts on “ᐅ Domestic Violence Registry – Mississippi (MS)”

  1. Is there any lawyer free for domestic violence victims I need one desperately I don't have the money to pay for one 901_355_1914

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  2. Jailing the victim’s of abuse is absurd. Then you (bondsman)release them to those very monsters that abused them to begin with while there’s a no contact order in place.
    Brilliant!

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  3. A bondsman does not make a determination of guilt. Their job is to do a risk assessment as to the likelihood that the defendant will meet all court dates and if they can get him to court if he fails to comply. IF a judge grants a defendant a surety bond, they have every right to be released as anyone else arrested for a crime.

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  4. Its just so nice to see his face on a domestic violence registry. I hope it helps some dumb young girl and prevents him from abusing anyone else.

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