Hirsch case hints how state makes bizarre legal gyration to make itself god

print Without even a signed order, the Tennessee Supreme Court rejected a petition for appeal by an appellant who says that his convictions on a travel and gun case are void because of many procedural errors at trial and because of misapplication of law. Arthur J. Hirsch Appeals received a negative ruling in the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals and was denied a hearing from above in a double-barreled case of first impression. By David Tulis / 92.7 NoogaRadio To maintain his rights and to seek to overturn the law, Mr. Hirsch on April 18 ¬†filed a petition for a … Continue reading Hirsch case hints how state makes bizarre legal gyration to make itself god