of Pike, Walthall, & Lincoln Counties.
Patrick E. Beasley currently serves as the Chief Assistant District Attorney for the Twenty-Second Circuit Court District in the State of Mississippi.
The Twenty-Second Circuit Court District encompasses the counties of Claiborne, Copiah and Jefferson. Prior to this appointment, Patrick held various positions in the federal, state and local government. These positions include: Director of the Consumer Protection Division for the Mississippi Attorney General's Office; Judicial Clerk for Presiding Judge, Leslie Southwick of the Mississippi Court of Appeals; Assistant District Attorney for the Sixth, Seventh, Twenty-First and Twenty-Second Judicial Districts; Narcotics Investigator for the Mississippi Bureau of Narcotics and Deputy Sheriff for the Lawrence County Sheriff Department.
Patrick also served his country as a Non-Commissioned Officer and Commissioned Officer in the United States Army and Mississippi Army National Guard for seventeen (17) years. He actively served in Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Operation Joint Endeavor and Operation Enduring Freedom. He was separated from military service due to an injury he received while serving in Operation Enduring Freedom.
Patrick obtained his law degree in 2001 from Mississippi College School of Law. He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration in 1998 from Belhaven University and an Associates of Arts Degree from Copiah Lincoln Community College in 1994. He currently serves as an adjunct professor at Belhaven University in both the undergraduate and graduate level programs in the areas of law and ethics.
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