Davis & Hoss, PC

508 East 5th Street
Chattanooga, , Tennessee 37403, United States

Contact: Lee Davis

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State of Tennessee v. Thomas McConnell

Grand Jury refuses to indict, "No Bill" issued

A Hamilton County, TN Grand Jury refused to indict after hearing testimony from our client Mr. Thomas McConnell. This case indicates the danger of an arrest without an investigation in the cell phone video age. The arrest…more
| Criminal Law

Sessions Court vacancy letter from Bryan Hoss to Hamilton County Comission

This is a clear expression of why Bryan Hoss is seeking to fill the vacancy left by Judge Bob Moon's unexpected death. Mr. Hoss is seeking to fill this as a caretaker only from March to August. He has pledged not to seek the…more
| Elections & Politics
ERIC JESSE WRIGHT v. CITY OF CHATTANOOGA, OFFICER JAMES DAVES

ORDER Dismissing Case

Before the Court are motions for summary judgment filed by Defendants City of Chattanooga and Officer James Daves in his official capacity (Court File No. 24) and Officer Daves in his individual capacity (Court File No. 28)…more
| Civil Rights, Personal Injury
ERIC JESSE WRIGHT v. CITY OF CHATTANOOGA, OFFICER JAMES DAVES

Court Memorandum Granting Summary Judgement in Favor of City and Officer

Before the Court are motions for summary judgment filed by Defendants City of Chattanooga and Officer James Daves in his official capacity (Court File No. 24) and Officer Daves in his individual capacity (Court File No. 28)…more
| Civil Rights, Personal Injury

Social-Networking Evidence Ira P. Robbins American University - Washington College of Law

This Article addresses the evidentiary hurdle of authenticating social-networking evidence, a novel legal issue confronting courts today. The Article explains and critiques four approaches used by different jurisdictions,…more
| Criminal Law, Electronic Discovery
Wells v. City of Chattanooga, et al.

Final Order and Memorandum

Judge Curtis Collier of the Federal Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee at Chattanooga issued an order and memorandum that dismissed a case against six Chattanooga Police Officers. Davis & Hoss, PC represented five of…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Nowaki et al v. Palmgren

Order

The siblings of a missing woman from Chattanooga, Tennessee, filed an ex parte order and asked for a preliminary injunction against their sister's husband in relation to certain property and the couple's minor children. …more
| Family Law
UNITED STATES v. TINKLENBER

Opinion

The Speedy Trial Act of 1974 (Act) provides, inter alia, that in “any case in which a plea of not guilty is entered, the trial . . . shall commence within seventy days” after the arraignment, 18 U. S. C. §3161(c)(1), but lists a…more
| Criminal Law
State of Tennessee v. Jesse Matthews

Judge Steelman's Order removing Public Defender and Appointing Davis & Hoss

In this Order by Judge Steelman the Court sets out why it is necessary to remove the Public Defender's Office and appoint Davis & Hoss in this death penalty case. Of concern to the court are problems in previous cases by the…more
| Criminal Law
State of Tennessee v. TWANNA BLAIR

Rule 9 Interlocutory Appeal by Tawana Blair

On January 17, 2007, an indictment (M-07-003) was returned against Defendant Blair charging her with three (3) counts of Conspiracy to Commit First Degree Murder (Counts 1-3) and one count of Aggravated Perjury (Count 4). That…more
| Criminal Law
State v. David H. Smith

DUI brief to the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals

INSUFFICIENCY OF THE EVIDENCE-DUI The defendant states that there was insufficient evidence to convict him of driving under the influence as defined in T.C.A. §55-10-401. Simply put, there were no observations of impaired…more
| Criminal Law
State v. Michael Kemp

Vehicular Homicide Convictions Ordered to Run Concurrently By Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals.

Michael W. Kemp, was convicted by a Smith County Criminal Court jury of three counts of reckless vehicular homicide and three counts of reckless endangerment with a deadly weapon. The Court of Criminal Appeals concludes that the…more
| Criminal Law
WELLS v. CITY OF CHATTANOOGA

This memorandum is from our representation of Chattanooga Police Officers in Federal Court seeking summary judgment for use of deadly force.

On July 18, 2009, Our Clients Officers Bacha, Dennison, Moody, Romero, Salyers and Wood were employed with the Chattanooga Police Department as patrol officers and were working third shift within the Fox District. At 4:15…more
| Civil Rights
US v. Troy Master

This Decision is from the Sixth Circuit where Bryan Hoss Won After Oral Argument. Issues involve Motion to Supress Evidence.

The facts of this case are that Investigator George Dyer of the Franklin County,Tennessee Sheriff’s Department submitted an affidavit in support of a search warrant for Defendant’s residence. On the affidavit, Defendant’s…more
| Criminal Law
Areas of Practice
  • Appellate Practice
  • Civil Rights
  • Constitutional Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Litigation
  • Personal Injury
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