Attorney Chuck Easley is a graduate of University of Mississippi School of Law. He has been practicing law since 1980. He served as Supreme Court Justice of Mississippi from 2001 to 2008. He also served as Assistant District Attorney from 1980 to 1983, Third Court District. He had a 90% conviction rate, which is one of the highest in the state of Mississippi. He had a 90% conviction rate, which is one of the highest in the state of Mississippi. He has never lost a murder trial and has won over 100 DUI cases as a defense attorney. Has not lost a felony jury trial in Lowndes County in over 20 years.

  • Admitted to practice law in 1980, Mississippi
  • Easley Law Firm, from 2009 to present
  • Supreme Court Justice of Mississippi from 2001 to 2008
  • Easley Law Firm from 1992 to 2000
  • Walters & Easley from 1983 to 1992
  • Assistant District Attorney from 1980 to 1983, Third Circuit District
  • 90% Conviction Rate: Never Lost a Murder Trial

Public Service: (26 years)

Mississippi Supreme Court Judge 2001-2008

Assistant District Attorney for 3.75 years (approximately 200 jury trials)

Guardian for Youth Court in Lowndes County

Public Defender for United States District Court by appointment

Pro Bono project for Mississippi State Bar

Judi-care Attorney-Pro Bono

Former Vice President of Mississippi Prosecutors’ Association

Former Board of Directors of Mississippi Prosecutors’ Association

Caledonia Town Prosecutor 1999

Caledonia Town Judge 2000

Commitment Attorney for Lowndes County for 14 years, helping people with alcohol and drug problems

Columbus City Judge 2010

Mississippi State Bar Association

Lowndes County Bar Association

Former member of American Judges’ Association

Former member of the MS Municipal Judges’ Association

1972 Graduate of University of Mississippi, Bachelor of Business Administration

1976 Graduate of Mississippi State University, Masters of Business Administration

1980 Graduate of National District Attorney Association College (Career Prosecutor's Course) Houston, Texas

Approximately 240 hours continuing legal education

Approximately 150 hours continuing Judicial Education

Taught classes on Ethics to judges and lawyers for National Judicial College

Approximately 200-250 Jury Trials During Career

Approximately 50 Criminal Jury Trials as Defense Attorney

Approximately 100 Criminal Jury Trials as an Assistant District Attorney

Approximately 100 Civil Jury Trials

Resident of Lowndes County since 1983

Member of Kolola Springs Baptist Church

The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers

2015 Nationally Ranked Top 10 Attorney Award for Excellence in the field of Criminal Law by National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys

Mason and Shriner

Served On Board of Directors Lowndes County American Cancer Society

Served On Board of Directors of Big Brothers and Big Sisters

Supporter of MUW

Supporter of Mississippi State University

Supporter of University of Mississippi

Areas of Practice

Social Security


Personal Injury & Accidents

Sexual Discrimination


Divorce Law

Criminal Defense

Estates & Wills

Child Custody & Contempt

Automobile Accidents

Recent Cases: 2 Social Security Cases, awarded FULL BENEFITS

Recent News

Victorious in Social Security Claims

In the month of May, Attorney Chuck Easley represented 3 social security claimants who won their cases with his help and received thousands of dollars in back pay benefits between them. Attorney Easley's representation of winning social security claims is now in the hundreds. Experience does matter.
Read More

Tronox Update

The court is allowing new claims to be filed for future claims, also known as "Category A", for the rest of the year 2017. There are NO scheduled pay-outs before the year 2020 or thereafter. Easley Law Firm is only acception new claims within the following: -Past or Pre-existing Cancer of any type. OR -Pre-existing COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) If you have either of the above listed, please contact Easley Law Firm for an appointment. At the time of your appointment, please have your medical documentation of the first date you were diagnosed. No other records will be sufficient for this claim. Easley Law Firm will not be taking any new claims for anyone who seeks a claim for a deceased person(s). Easley Law Firm is NOT responsible for locating or payment of any medical documentation. The sole person filing a "Category A" Claim within our office is responsible for locating and paying for your medical documentation, keeping our office up to date with all phone numbers and mailing addresses. You MUST come into our office to fill a form out with updated information. Easley Law Firm has the right to withdraw from any Claim for any reason our office sees fit.
Read More

Attorney Chuck Easley establishes a scholarship in honor of his late mother, Doris Bledsoe Easley

Beginning with the Fall Semester of 2017, Mississippi University for Women will award a one thousand dollar ($1,000.00) scholarship annually to a graduate student working towards a master's degree in the field of teaching special education. This annual scholarship was established by Charles D. Easley, Jr., as the "Doris Bledsoe Easley Scholarship." Doris Bledsoe Easley was a graduate of Mississippi University for Women with a graduate specialist degree. Mrs. Easley taught special education for over twenty (20)  years and was in charge of special education in Chickasaw County, Mississippi, prior to her retirement. Mrs. Easley and her late husband, Lt. Colonel Charles D. Easley, resided in Houlka, Mississippi, with their three sons, Bob, Chuck and Bill Easley.
Read More

On The Beat


  • Easley Law Firm

    215 9th St. North,

    Columbus MS 39701

    P.O. Box 1472 Columbus MS 39703

  • Phone


  • hours

    9AM - 4PM Monday-Thursday

    Friday by Appointment Only

why choose chuck easley?