TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Suzanne Craig Robertson on Mar 8, 2016

Journal columns this month touch on trial-related cases and personalities. Wade Davies discusses public records as evidence in criminal cases. Russell Fowler writes about a lawyer known for sensational trial tactics, which brought him fame but eventually ruined him. Bill Haltom writes about Nashville's John Jay Hooker, who died Jan. 24. Haltom's column, “When John Jay Hooker Almost Shot Me" explores the long-time and respectful relationship -- if filled with threats of duels and law suits -- the two shared. Read the March issue.