Court of Appeals Opinions

Format: 09/16/2014
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Cumberland County Court of Appeals 02/14/96
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Hawkins County Court of Appeals 02/14/96
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Campbell County Court of Appeals 02/14/96
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Trial Court Judge: Inman
Court of Appeals 02/14/96
01A01-9506-CH-00265
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Trial Court Judge: Tyrus H. Cobb
Lincoln County Court of Appeals 02/14/96
01A01-9504-CH-00160
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Trial Court Judge: Jim T. Hamilton
Maury County Court of Appeals 02/14/96
01A01-9408-CH-00391
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Trial Court Judge: Robert E. Corlew, III
Rutherford County Court of Appeals 02/14/96
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Roane County Court of Appeals 02/13/96
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Roane County Court of Appeals 02/13/96
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Hamilton County Court of Appeals 02/13/96
In Re: Estate of Jessie Haney, Deceased, Mable Young, et al., v. Arlene Bush, Individually, and as Executor under the Will of Jessie Haney
01A01-9509-CV-00424
Authoring Judge: Presiding Judge Henry F. Todd
Trial Court Judge: Judge Bobby H. Capers

This is a will contest in which the contestants have appealed from a jury verdict and judgment in favor of the will.

Davidson County Court of Appeals 02/09/96
In Re:Estate of Jessie Haney, Deceased, Mable Young, Leona Young, Beulah Young, Glenda Young, and Jewel Mitchell, v. Arlene Bush, ndividually and Executor Under the Will of Jessie Haney - Concurring
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Authoring Judge: Judge William C. Koch, Jr.
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The majority has reached the correct result in this case. I have prepared this separate opinion for two reasons. First, we should state clearly that the contestants’ trial counsel should not be faulted for requesting the trial court to use a Tennessee Pattern Jury Instruction that the Tennessee Supreme Court had disapproved only one month before trial. Second, we should conclude without equivocation that the record contains material evidence upon which the jury could have determined that the beneficiary had clearly and convincingly rebutted the presumption of undue influence arising from her confidential relationship with Mrs. Haney.

Jackson County Court of Appeals 02/09/96