Friday, March 08, 2013

Supreme Court Refuses To Hear Pope's Appeal
The Tennessee Supreme Court has refused to hear the appeal of former Sullivan County Highway Director Allan Pope. He had appealed his jury conviction to the high court after it was affirmed by the Criminal Court of Appeals. Pope was found guilty of theft of services. An interim Highway Commissioner was appointed until Pope could exhaust all of his appeals. Now that his felony conviction has been upheld, a full-time highway commissioner can be appointed. (jb)

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