Monday, March 24, 2014

Motion To Dismiss
A Court Clerk from Hawkins County who blatantly defied a sitting judge’s order to appear in court is now asking the charges the judge levied against her be dismissed. Sarah Davis is also saying her civil rights were violated by Judge Todd Ross when he arrested her for contempt of court after she not only refused to make an appearance in his court, but got into a verbal altercation with the Judge after he dismissed his court to find out why she was disobeying an order. The lawyer for Davis says the Judge did not have authority to issue a warrant for her arrest. Davis has previously been the subject of publicity for her actions regarding her position in the clerk’s office. (CC)

Saturday, July 04, 2015

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