Judges Under Review 

Whether politically motivated or not, changes are coming to the state appellate courts.

Have two state appellate judges from Memphis, both women, fallen victim to politics? That's a question that may not be fully answered until later this year or next, if ever. The two judges are Camille McMullen, a member of the Tennessee Court…

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