Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts

Appellate Court Opinions

Format: 09/21/2019
Format: 09/21/2019
03C0l-9407-CR-00250
Greene County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
03CO1-9902-CR-00088
Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
The C Ase of State v. Dunn, (No. 03S01-9211-Cr-00104, S.Ct. 1993) Which
03S01-9211-CR-00104,
McMinn County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Thomas Dee Huskey
03S01-9610-CR-00096
Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
01C01-9407-CC-00236
Wayne County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
01C01-9408-CC-00295
Robertson County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
01C01-9409-CC-00326
Rutherford County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State of Tennessee v. Stephen Anthony Scott
2004-00927-CCA-R3-CD
Montgomery County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Christopher Lindsay
E1998-00036-CCA-R3-CD
Anderson County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Kenneth Griffin
E1998-00037-CCA-R3-CD
Washington County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Wade Henry Allen Marsh
E1998-00057-CCA-R3-CD
Hamilton County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Eunyce Saunders
E1998-00230-CCA-R3-CD
Sullivan County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Eunyce Saunders
E1998-00230-CCA-R3-CD
Sullivan County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Joe N. Anderson
E1998-00378-CCA-R3-CD
Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Larry Keith Huddle
E1999-00250-CCA-R3-CD
Sullivan County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Charles Edward Overby
E1999-00253-CCA-R3-CD
Bradley County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
Jerry L. Johns vs. State
E1999-00260-CCA-R3-CD
Morgan County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. James David Lamor Perry
E1999-00271-CCA-R3-CD
Defendant James David Lamor Perry was convicted of two counts of possession of cocaine, more than .5 grams, within 1000 feet of a school, and one count of possession of marijuana. Defendant was fined and sentenced to 20 years on each cocaine possession count and to 6 months on the marijuana count, all sentences to run concurrently. On this direct appeal Defendant now raises numerous challenges to his convictions, including issues regarding the constitutionality and interpretation of the Drug-Free School Zone Act. Defendant also argues that his sentence for the cocaine possession counts is excessive. We find no error and affirm Defendant's convictions and sentences.
Sullivan County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Brian Waters
E1999-00551-CCA-R3-CD
Hawkins County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Gary Haney
E1999-00552-CCA-R3-CD
Jefferson County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Gary Haney
E1999-00552-CCA-R3-CD
Jefferson County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Luther Ray Dotson, Jr.
E1999-00640-CCA-R3-CD
Rhea County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Luther Ray Dotson, Jr.
E1999-00640-CCA-R3-CD
Rhea County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
State vs. Vernon Haas
E1999-00690-CCA-R3-CD
Sullivan County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10
E1999-00915-CCA-R3-PC
Bradley County Court of Criminal Appeals 12/01/10