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Larry Sneed, Former Red Bank Chief Of Police, Wins Right To Jury Trial From Tennessee Supreme Court
Larry Sneed, Former Red Bank Chief Of Police, Wins Right To Jury Trial From Tennessee Supreme Court

Tuesday, December 02, 2014 Larry Sneed, former Red Bank chief of police, represented by Lee Davis and Jonathan Guthrie, won a right to a jury trial today from the Tennessee Supreme Court. In a case that will cause repercussions in many cases throughout the state, the ...

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