Should the Tennessee Supreme Court Justice answer to a political party? Justice Clark says NO

Should the Tennessee Supreme Court Justice answer to a political party? Justice Clark says NO | Justice Clark, Clark, Connie Clark, Justice, Supreme Court, Tennessee Supreme Court, Cornelia Clark, Supreme Court Justice, Tennessee news, Nashville News, Memphis, Nashville, Murfreesboro news, Smyrna news, Smyrna, WGNS News, WGNS, Murfreesboro

Photo of Justice Clark taken in the Rutherford County Courthouse courtroom on the second floor.

Tennessee Supreme Court Justice Cornelia “Connie” Clark was in Murfreesboro on Wednesday morning. Justice Clark spoke to residents in the Rutherford County Courthouse. WGNS’ Scott Walker spoke to Justice Clark…

 

Clark was first appointed to the Tennessee Supreme Court in 2005 after undergoing an extensive interview process and a complete investigation by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations. Public hearings were also held prior to her initial appointment. She was then elected to a full eight year term in 2006. That term comes to an end this year.

On an interesting side note, Clark is the second woman in the history of Tennessee to serve in her current position.

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