Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts

Appellate Court Opinions

Format: 03/31/2015
Format: 03/31/2015
01C01-9508-CR-00258
Sumner County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
01C01-9512-CR-00428
Davidson County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
01C01-9601-CC-00043
Rutherford County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
01C01-9601-CC-00046
Williamson County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
01C01-9602-CC-00056
Montgomery County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
01C01-9603-CC-00082
DeKalb County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
01C01-9603-CC-00110
Davidson County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
In a Habeas Corpus Proceeding. See Haggard v. State, 475 S.W.2D 186, 187 (Tenn.
02C01-9612-CC-00462
Lake County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
Joe L. Utley vs. State
M2003-02415-CCA-R3-CO
The Petitioner, Joe L. Utley, appeals the trial court's denial of his petition for writ of error coram nobis which asserted that newly discovered evidence existed that may have resulted in a different judgment at trial. The State has filed a motion requesting that this Court affirm the trial court's denial of relief pursuant to Rule 20, Rules of the Court of Criminal Appeals. We find the State's motion has merit. Accordingly, the motion is granted and the appeal is affirmed pursuant to Rule 20, Rules of the Court of Criminal Appeals.
Davidson County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/30/97
01A01-9512-CV-00548
Williamson County Court of Appeals 01/29/97
01A01-9607-CH-00298
Court of Appeals 01/29/97
01A01-9606-CV-00284
Davidson County Court of Appeals 01/29/97
01C01-9512-CC-00405
Wayne County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/29/97
Monica R. Williams, v. Claude Williams
02A01-9604-CV-00088

Claude D. Williams (Husband) appeals from the trial court’s award of rehabilitative alimony to be paid to Monica R. Williams (Wife) at $500 per month for eighteen months. This was a marriage of approximately five years duration. Wife was a junior in college attending school full-time and working two part-time jobs. She testified that her net income was $880 and her expenses $1,507 per month. Husband has an engineering degree and earns approximately $38,000 annually. No children were born to the marriage. Wife was granted the divorce on the grounds of inappropriate marital conduct.

Shelby County Court of Appeals 01/29/97
03C01-9506-CR-00173
Bradley County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/29/97
03C01-9511-CC-00373
Washington County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/29/97
03C01-9605-CC-00198
Sevier County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/29/97
Dept. of Children's Services vs. D.S.
M2000-02380-COA-R3-JV
The parental rights of the petitioner (Mother) to her child , "R.", born January 29, 1997 during her Mother's incarceration, were terminated upon a finding that statutory grounds therefore were proved by clear and convincing evidence. Weighing very carefully the Mother's constitutional right to care for her child, on the one hand, and the best interests of the child, on the other, we vacate the judgment and remand for further proceedings.
Davidson County Court of Appeals 01/29/97
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Court of Appeals 01/29/97
X2010-0000-XX-X00-XX
Court of Appeals 01/29/97
X2010-0000-XX-X00-XX
Court of Appeals 01/29/97
02C01-9510-CR-00301
Shelby County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/28/97
03C01-9601-CC-00038
Sullivan County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/28/97
03C01-9508-CC-00243
Sevier County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/28/97
03C01-9511-CC-00365
Anderson County Court of Criminal Appeals 01/28/97