Court of Appeals Opinions

Format: 11/17/2017
Format: 11/17/2017
03A01-9606-CV-00283
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Inman
Blount County Court of Appeals 05/16/95
William B. Demontbreun, v. First Cumberland Bank and G. Wayne Detring, Substitute Trustee
01A01-9411-CH-00550
Authoring Judge: Presiding Judge Henry F. Todd
Trial Court Judge: Judge James E. Walton

The captioned plaintiff has appealed from a jury verdict and judgment in his favor and against the defendant, First Cumberland Bank for $4,600 as damages for breach of contract.

Robertson County Court of Appeals 05/05/95
William B. Demontbreun, v. First Cumberland Bank and G. Wayne Detring, Substitute Trustee
01A01-9411-CH-00550
Authoring Judge: Presiding Judge Henry F. Todd
Trial Court Judge: Judge James E. Walton

The captioned plaintiff has appealed from a jury verdict and judgment in his favor and against the defendant, First Cumberland Bank for $4,600 as damages for breach of contract.

Robertson County Court of Appeals 05/05/95
Mira Ann (Waller) Mosley v. Charles Raymond Mosley
M2003-01686-COA-R3-CV
Authoring Judge: Judge William B. Cain
Trial Court Judge: Royce Taylor
Rutherford County Court of Appeals 04/25/95
In State v. Winsett, 882 S.W.2D 806 (Tenn. Crim. App. 1993), Now Justice
03C01-9509-CC-00285
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Rex Henry Ogle
Sevier County Court of Appeals 04/17/95
Pero's Steak and Spaghetti House vs. Elizabeth Hinkle
E2001-00254-COA-R3-CV
Authoring Judge: Presiding Judge Herschel P. Franks
Trial Court Judge: Dale C. Workman
Knox County Court of Appeals 02/14/95
01A01-9511-CH-00496
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Irvin H. Kilcrease, Jr.
Davidson County Court of Appeals 02/14/95
Tom and Karen Moore v. Lloyd A. Walwyn, M.D.
01A01-9507-CV-00295
Authoring Judge: Judge Samuel L. Lewis
Trial Court Judge: Judge Thomas W. Brothers

This is an appeal by plaintiffs/appellants, Tom and Karen Moore, from the trial court's orders granting summary judgment in favor of defendant/appellee, Dr. Lloyd A. Walwyn, and denying appellants' motion to reconsider the grant of summary judgment

Davidson County Court of Appeals 01/19/95
Richard Noble, v. State of Tennessee, Tennessee Department of Correction
01A01-9503-CH-00093
Authoring Judge: Judge Samuel L. Lewis
Trial Court Judge: Chancellor Irvin H. Kilcrease, Jr.

Petitioner/appellant Richard Nobel was tried and found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced under the Class X Statute to life imprisonment on 16 October 1981.

Davidson County Court of Appeals 01/19/95
03A01-9608-CH-00263
Authoring Judge:
Trial Court Judge: Inman
Sullivan County Court of Appeals 01/11/95
Hoover Inc., v. Metro Board of Zoning Appeals
01A01-9506-CH-00277
Authoring Judge: Judge Samuel L. Lewis
Trial Court Judge: Chancellor Robert S. Brandt

This is an appeal by petitioner/appellant, Hoover
Inc. ("Hoover"), from an order of the chancery court
affirming the Metropolitan Board of Zoning Appeal's
decision to deny Hoover's application for a conditional
use permit.

Williamson County Court of Appeals 01/05/95
Gary Castelli vs Joy Castelli
E2004-02997-COA-R3-CV
Authoring Judge: Presiding Judge Herschel P. Franks
Trial Court Judge: L. Marie Williams
The Trial Court granted the parties a divorce, identified, valued and divided the marital property. The husband appeals the division of marital property as being inequitable. We affirm, as modified.
Hamilton County Court of Appeals 10/15/94
Branch vs. Thompson
M1998-00511-COA-R3-CV
Authoring Judge: Judge W. Frank Crawford
Trial Court Judge:
In this case, the minor children of the parties have been declared dependent and neglected in juvenile court, and custody was awarded to Mother. Subsequently, the parties were divorced in circuit court, and Mother was awarded custody and Father was ordered to pay child support. Mother filed a petition in circuit court to hold Father in contempt for his failure to pay child support, and Father filed a cross petition seeking, among other things, to change custody. At the conclusion of an evidentiary hearing, the circuit court awarded custody of the children to Father. Mother has appealed, and we vacate the order changing custody because of lack of subject matter jurisdiction.
Robertson County Court of Appeals 08/24/94