Caps on Damages—A Mississippi Case

Mississippi’s adoption of “caps” on damages took the issue away from the local juries that hear the evidence. It legislates how much juries can award in damages cases—allowing politicians to take away the jury’s power. But Mississippi courts are now questioning the Constitutionality of this practice. In the South, we love the 2nd Amendment.  What about the 7th Amendment?

Here’s a case for more information: 7th amendment article