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Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Apr 16, 2018
The Nashville Post today published an interview with Chief U.S. District Court Judge for the Middle District of Tennessee Waverly Crenshaw, who described successes during a year on the bench in “crisis mode.” Following retirements of other judges, Crenshaw and Judge Aleta Trauger were left with more than 800 cases each this past year. Looking back on the first year of his seven-year term, Crenshaw said he was “fairly pleased” with the results, and cited strong communication between himself, Trauger and magistrate judges as the reason for their ability to stay afloat amidst the overload.