Nashville Man Served as Foreman to 42 Grand Juries

The Tennessean this week reviewed the work of Stan Fossick, an 81-year-old Nashville businessman who has served as a foreman on more Tennessee juries than anyone named in reports since 1992. Fossick, a longtime friend of many Nashville judges, has been chosen to serve as foreman of at least 42 grand juries. He has also made political contributions to judges in the past, a fact that Fossick denied tarnishes his impartiality. Grand jury reports written from juries that Fossick served as foreman on praised police and the courts above all others.
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