STATE OF TENNESSEE v. JEREMY L. SAXTON - Articles

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Posted by: Landry Butler on Nov 15, 2016

Court: TN Court of Criminal Appeals

Attorneys 1:

Patrick G. Frogge, Nashville, Tennessee, for the appellant, Jeremy L. Saxton.

Attorneys 2:

Herbert H. Slatery III, Attorney General and Reporter; Andrew C. Coulam, Assistant Attorney General; Ray Whitley, District Attorney General; and Bryna Grant, Assistant District Attorney General, for the appellee, State of Tennessee.

Judge(s): EASTER

Defendant, Jeremy L. Saxton, was convicted of one count of assault and one count of resisting arrest. As a result of the convictions, Defendant received judicial diversion with probation for eleven months and twenty-nine days. After the denial of a motion for new trial, Defendant filed a timely notice of appeal. Upon our review we determine that Defendant was not entitled to an evidentiary hearing on the motion to suppress because there was no evidence to suppress. Further, we conclude that the record on appeal is incomplete, precluding our review of the sufficiency of the evidence. Consequently, the judgments of the criminal court are affirmed and the matter is remanded for correction of a clerical error.

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