Concerned Neighbors of Nashville v....
I. THE METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE ADMINISTRATIVE PLANNING COMMISSION VIOLATED DUE PROCESS OF LAW GUARANTEES WHEN IT DID NOT REQUIRE ANY SWORN EVIDENCE WHATSOEVER FOR ITS DECISIONS
II. THE METROPOLITAN NASHVILLE ADMINISTRATIVE…more
Abstract: Tennessee law limits the power of the Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole because of the inherent wide ranging discretionary power of that Board…more
Abstract: Tennessee law and the due process clause require compatability analysis before the proper range and severity of discipline can be determined in any proceeding against a civil service employee of the state government…more
Abstract: Tennessee law and public policy now coincide regarding the issue of confidentiality for attorney misconduct allegations, so that both the public and the judiciary may have disclosure and full knowledge…more
Smith v. Tennessee Dept. of Health
THE ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT PRESENTED NO SUBSTANTIAL AND NO MATERIAL EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT A FINDING THAT ANY STATE LAW AUTHORITY WAS VIOLATED BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEE SO AS TO JUSTIFY DISCIPLINARY ACTION
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