TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Brittany Sims on Jun 26, 2014

If Amendment 2 fails in the November election, it could potentially open the door for political grandstanding in a branch of government that was intended to be fair and impartial, Nashville attorney Nancy Krider Corley states in an opinion piece published Monday in the Tennessean. “The goal of appellate courts is to create a fair and impartial judicial system that will review each case for its merits and rule according to the law,” Corley states. “It is critical that our courts are not subject to partisan politics and these tactics.”