TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Feb 19, 2019
The defense attorney for Nashville police officer and murder suspect Andrew Delke has asked the court to block evidence in the case from the public prior to the trial, stating that to submit the information to the clerk’s office would amount to “trial by ambush.” The Tennessean reports that attorney David Raybin said his position was supported by a Tennessee Supreme Court ruling that sealed evidence in a rape case against former Vanderbilt Unviersity football players. District Attorney Glenn Funk said to grant the request would be an inappropriate break in protocol.