ANTONIO J. BULLARD v. TURNEY CENTER DISCIPLINARY BOARD, DERRICK D. SCHOFIELD, BRUCE WESTBROOKS, JACK MIDDLETON, AND JOSH PASCHALL - Articles

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Posted by: Tanja Trezise on Dec 19, 2012

Court: TN Court of Appeals

Attorneys 1:

Petitioner/Appellant Antonio J. Bullard, Only, Tennessee, self-represented

Attorneys 2:

Robert E. Cooper, Jr., Attorney General and Reporter, Joseph F. Whalen, Associate Solicitor General, and Lee Pope, Assistant Attorney General, Nashville Tennessee, for the Respondent/Appellees Turney Center Disciplinary Board, Derrick D. Schofield, Bruce Westbrooks, Jack Middleton, and Josh Paschall

Judge(s): KIRBY

This appeal involves an inmate’s petition for common law writ of certiorari. The petitioner inmate was convicted of disciplinary offenses by the respondent prison disciplinary board. The inmate filed a petition for common law writ of certiorari, seeking judicial review of the convictions for the disciplinary offenses. The trial court found that the inmate’s petition was not timely filed, and therefore that the chancery court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to hear the petition. We affirm.

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