Q May someone hold the positions of city attorney and municipal court judge simultaneously?

A Yes, assuming there are no ethical issues. The city attorney does not exercise power at the core of the executive branch of government. Therefore, there is no violation of the separation of powers doctrine outlined in the Mississippi Constitution. The duties of the municipal judge must be performed during the hours the individual is not being paid as city attorney and vice versa. (Attorney Generalís Opinion to Adams, October 30, 2015)