Will Shelby County, TN Prosecutors be Disciplined?

Will Shelby County, TN Prosecutors be Disciplined?

“JUSTICE HAS TO COME AT SOME POINT” by Sharon Rondeau (Nov. 19, 2016) — Two recent letters received from inmates at the Shelby County, TN jail reported that Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich was under some type of investigation for conduct associated with her duties as the chief prosecutor for Tennessee’s 30th Judicial […]

Tennessee “Dictatorship of the Judiciary” Has Its Roots in the Legislature

Tennessee “Dictatorship of the Judiciary” Has Its Roots in the Legislature

JUDGES PROTECTED FOR DECADES BY STATE’S ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES TO FOSTER CULTURE OF CORRUPTION by Sharon Rondeau (Sep. 12, 2014) — Over at least several decades, the Tennessee legislature has worked to protect judges and other public employees from liability by passing laws which provide them with immunity in the course of their duties. In an […]

Is the Grand Jury Foreman a Juror or Not?

SOME JUDGES SAY “YES” AND SOME SAY “NO” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 23, 2012) — According to Tennessee criminal court judges and the Tennessee Supreme Court, the “law” is whatever they say it is at any given time.  Court rules are utilized as if they were statutes. Article I, Section 17 of the Tennessee Constitution […]

Fitzpatrick: Tennessee is the “Sinkhole” of the Judiciary

“THEY’RE RUNNING THEIR OWN GOVERNMENT” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 17, 2012) — Assistant District Attorney General Paul D. Rush, who has accused The Post & Email of lacking “ethics” and “integrity,” has failed to return equipment no longer needed in the “investigation” into a charge against Walter Francis Fitzpatrick, III of “tampering with government records.”  […]