321 S.W.2d 795 (1959)

Honorable D. L. LANSDEN et al., Composing the Civil Service Commission of the City of Nashville v. James H. TUCKER, Jr.

Supreme Court of Tennessee.

January 27, 1959.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

D. L. Lansden, Ben Roskin, Nashville, for plaintiff in error.

Dan Garfinkle, Z. T. Osborn, Jr., Nashville, for defendant in error.


The Civil Service Commission of Nashville, after a hearing, found City Policeman James H. Tucker, Jr., guilty of the written charges upon which he was tried, and dismissed him from the service. Writ of certiorari issued at the behest of Tucker to bring the proceedings before the Civil Service Commission to the Circuit Court of Davidson County.

After the return of the Commission to the writ, Tucker moved for an order upon the Commission...

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