Under Tennessee LAW no Tennessee judge is allowed to hand pick any Monroe County Tennessee juror. No judge is allowed to humanly intervene in the Monroe County Tennessee jury selection process!

Thursday, 6 May 2010

JAG HUNTER here:

Tennessee LAW commands that all Monroe County Tennessee Grand and Petite (Petty or Petit or Trial) jurors be picked from a jury pool filled (populated) “without opportunity for the intervention of any human agency to select a particular name and in a manner that causes no prejudice to any person.” (Note 1)

In Monroe County “Our Jury selection is totally automated.” (Note 2)

Under Tennessee LAW no Tennessee judge is allowed to hand pick any Monroe County Tennessee juror. No judge is allowed to humanly intervene in the Monroe County Grand Jury selection process! (Note 1)

In Monroe County Tennessee: “Two Grand Juries are impaneled in December and serve for a period of 1-year. They rotate months for appearing. Example: Panel 1 reports in January. Panel 2 February. Panel 1 March, etc.” (Note 3)

There exists no LAW allowing for any judge to hand pick the Monroe County Grand Jury Foreman, or to pick the Foreman for any Tennessee jury.

There exists no Tennessee LAW allowing for any judge to hand pick THE SAME PERSON to serve on two different juries simultaneously.

There exists no Tennessee LAW allowing for any judge to personally select THE SAME PERSON to the position of jury Foreman serving as Foremen before two different juries simultaneously!

Monroe County Criminal Court Circuit Judges have hand picked Mr. Gary D. Pettway as Foreman before TWO Monroe County Grand Juries for “approximately 27-years.” (Note 3)

In those 27-years Gary Pettway has stood before at least 54 different Monroe County Grand Juries as Foreman.

Note 1: Tennessee Code as Annotated §22-2-304 and §22-2-310

Note 2: Letter from Monroe County Clerk of the Criminal, Circuit and Sessions, Juvenile Courts–Ms. Martha M. “Marty” Cook dated 1 February 2010.

Note 3: Letter from Monroe County Clerk of the Criminal, Circuit and Sessions, Juvenile Courts–Ms. Martha M. “Marty” Cook dated 21 January 2010.

Related link: Law breakers “ruling” our Nation (click here)


Here endth the lesson!

GRAND JURY MAN!

One Response to “Under Tennessee LAW no Tennessee judge is allowed to hand pick any Monroe County Tennessee juror. No judge is allowed to humanly intervene in the Monroe County Tennessee jury selection process!”


  1. […] Under Tennessee LAW (click here) all jurors must be selected in a random process that is totally free of any interference involving human agency. […]

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