We Make The
Right Moves

We Make The
Right Moves

Experienced Attorneys Committed To Securing Justice For You

Our Practice Areas

Criminal Defense


Family Law

Personal Injury

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Real Estate Closings

Civil Rights Litigation


Providing Knowledgeable
Guidance For A Range Of Legal Needs

At Perry Griffin, PC Attorneys At Law, we are committed to handling your legal matters with the utmost care and understanding. We are experienced attorneys who can be trusted to provide personal attention and thoughtful litigation to your case. Our firm builds relationships with our clients based on trust, reliability and honest communication in order to help you navigate through the legal process. Whether you find yourself dealing with a criminal charge, divorce, car accident or other dispute, our attorneys will work with you to aid you in understanding all strategies involved to resolve your case in an effective and timely manner.

Results-Driven Strategies
Customized For Your Needs

Like playing a game of chess, coming out ahead in a legal battle requires great knowledge of the game and having a sound strategy in place from the beginning. At Perry Griffin, PC Attorneys At Law, we know how to make all the right moves to stay a step ahead of the competition and bring your case to justice.

Backed by more than 50 years of combined experience, we proudly offer our services to those residing in Tennessee and Northern Mississippi including those in Shelby County, Desoto County, Tate County, Tunica County, Marshall County, Lafayette County, Panola County and Benton County. This includes the communities of Southaven, Horn Lake, Olive Branch, Hernando, Oxford, Senatobia, Coldwater, Sardis, Como and Holly Springs.

Serving clients throughout Tennessee and Northern Mississippi.

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Notable Cases

State of Mississippi v. Justin Vanquez Thomas

2009-KA-00708-COA, August 30, 2011; Reversal of Circuit Court judge’s denial of “Castle Doctrine Instruction” in a murder lead to two (2) subsequent mistrials

Cheryl McLemore Hearn, et al. v. Quince Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, LLC et al.

2008 WL 4614265, No. W2007-02563-COA-R3-CV (Tenn. Ct. App. Oct. 16, 2008); Defeat of Arbitration agreement in nursing home case. The case resulted in confidential settlement with all parties. Case proceeded in Shelby County Circuit Court and the plaintiff’s constitutional right to trial was preserved.

Frederick Antwain Smith a/k/a Fredric Antwain Smith a/k/a Fredrick Smith a/k/a Fredric Smith Appellant v. State of Mississippi, Appellee

No. 2003-KA-00256-COA; Decided May 4, 2004 Reversal of conspiracy conviction in the Circuit Court of Desoto County, Mississippi.

State of Mississippi v. Patrick Franklin

Tunica County Circuit Court, Cause No. 2001-0082; Defendant charged with Murder in Tunica County Mississippi for fatal stabbing of alleged victim. After a weeklong trial defendant was acquitted.

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