Tim Hatton – Tim Hatton - Attorney at Law

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Lebanon, Tennessee 37087, United States

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State of Ohio v. Whitacre

Motion to Suppress

This is a motion to suppress a written document containing a statement by the defendant that was supplied to defense counsel by the prosecutor one week prior to trial. The document is being used by the prosecution in an attempt…more
| Criminal Law
State of Ohio v. Whitacre

Motion to Dismiss

This is a motion to dismiss a perjury case after the prosecution admitted during the final pre-trial that they cannot prove the perjury charge and indicated that they wished to proceed to trial on a falsification charge that was…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
Vickers, et al v. Sumner County Board of Education

Complaint

This complaint concerns a 7 year old boy who was left on the school bus for a period of 5 hours while the bus was parked (with the engine running) in the bus garage. He awoke only when the bus ran out of gas and an alarm…more
| Personal Injury
LaPoint v. Dunkel

Complaint for Defamation and Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress

This is the complaint in a defamation case. The defendants are a private individual who was stalking an ex-girlfriend. He caused an ad to be published in the two newspaper defendants (owned by one publishing company) that…more
| Privacy
Priebe v. Tidwell Bonding, et al

Complaint

This is a complaint that I am preparing to file in a "bounty hunter" case. Bounty hunters work for bondsmen and are mostly unregulated. The are not police officers, yet they claim the authority to make arrests. These…more
| Criminal Law, Privacy
Priebe v. Tidwell, et al

Motion to Permit Early Discovery

Under Rule 26(d) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, discovery cannot commence prior to the Rule 26(f) conference being held. In this case, there are two John Doe defendants that would make it pointless to have a Rule…more
| Civil Procedure
Tennessee v. Perry

Motion to Suppress

This is a motion to suppress evidence seized during a traffic stop. The issue is whether the defendant gave a valid consent to search. I am urging the court to adopt the rule from Ohio v. Robinette, 653 N.E. 2d 695 that…more
| Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
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