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  1. Re: Tennessee Cca- Lazy Judge Motion No Rule 52-53 Motion Rules Exist in Tn. R. Crim.

    I didn't think so in TN state courts.

    All the Crim attorneys with appellate experience I've spoken to kinda suggested along the lines of, "should be able to but, I'm not sure."

    Civil however...
  2. Re: Tennessee Cca- Lazy Judge Motion No Rule 52-53 Motion Rules Exist in Tn. R. Crim.

    So assuming all reasons that may exist causing the delay were only seated in controversy with the AOC discovering some non-compliance activity of the trial clerk with the TNJIS (electronic filing)...
  3. Tennessee Cca- Lazy Judge Motion No Rule 52-53 Motion Rules Exist in Tn. R. Crim. P

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: TN

    Court of Criminal Appeals

    Issue: Appellate court is delaying handing down a rulings on Appealed case long since docketed with panel...
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