Southern Reporter

The Southern Reporter and "Southern Reporter Second" are United States regional case law reporters containing published appellate court case decisions for:
* Alabama
* Florida
* Louisiana
* Mississippi

When cited, the Southern Reporter and Southern Reporter Second are abbreviated "So." and "So. 2d", respectively.

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