Citizen wins $78K in attorney’s fees, expenses in public records suit against Knox County sheriff

A Knox County judge last week awarded $78,007 in attorney’s fees and expenses to a citizen who took the Knox County Sheriff to court for violating the public records law. Continue Reading

TN Democratic Party’s public records suit over absentee ballots misfires

Davidson County Chancellor Patricia Moskal denied a request for an injunction to force the production of data that could show which Tennesseans have not yet returned absentee ballots. Her ruling Continue Reading

Judge rules Tennessee School Boards Association is ‘functional equivalent’

A Davidson County judge ruled Monday that the Tennessee School Boards Association is subject to the state public records law because it is a functional equivalent of a government agency. Continue Reading