ALBERTO DELEON V. STATE OF TENNESSEE

Alberto DeLeon (“the Claimant”) filed a claim pursuant to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act for permanent impairment benefits and moving expense benefits allegedly arising out of an incident that occurred on April 5, 2011, in which the Claimant apparently was shot by his landlord. The claim was assigned to the small claims docket of the Claims Commission. Because we have no jurisdiction to hear an appeal from an order denying a claim appearing on the small claims docket of the Claims Commission, this appeal is dismissed.

Attorney 1: 
Albert DeLeon, Chattanooga, Tennessee, appellant, pro se.
Attorney 2: 

Robert E. Cooper, Jr., Attorney General & Reporter, and Dianne Stamey Dycus, Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights and Claims Division, Nashville, Tennessee, for the appellee, State of Tennessee.

Judge: 
PER CURIAM
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