Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals
|Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals|
|Method:||Commission selection, political appointment|
The Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals is an intermediate appellate court in Tennessee. It hears appeals of only criminal cases in the state. Appeals of civil cases are heard by the Tennessee Court of Appeals.
The court consists of 12 judges that sit in three-person panels to hear cases. Decisions of the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals may be appealed to the Tennessee Supreme Court, and capital cases are appealed to the Tennessee Supreme Court automatically.
Criminal Appeals judges serve eight-year terms. Judges on the court are selected using the Tennessee Plan.
|Judge Thomas T. Woodall||1996-2014||Gov. Don Sundquist|
|Judge James Witt||1997-2022||Gov. Don Sundquist|
|Judge John Everett Williams||1998-2014||Gov. Don Sundquist|
|Judge Robert Wedemeyer||2000-2014||Gov. Don Sundquist|
|Judge D. Kelly Thomas||2006-2014||Gov. Phil Bredesen|
|Judge Norma McGee Ogle||1998-2022||Gov. Don Sundquist|
|Judge Camille McMullen||2008-2022||Gov. Phil Bredesen|
|Judge Alan Glenn||1999-2022||Gov. Don Sundquist|
|Judge Robert H. Montgomery||2014-Present||Gov. Phil Bredesen; Gov. Bill Haslam|
|Judge Timothy L. Easter||2014-Present||Gov. Bill Haslam|
|Judge Robert L. Holloway||2014-2016||Gov. Bill Haslam|
|Judge Roger A. Page||2011-2022||Gov. Bill Haslam|
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- TN Courts.gov, "Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals"
- TN Courts.gov, "Opinions of the Court of Criminal Appeals"
- TN Courts.gov, "List of Court of Criminal Appeals Judge"
- TN Courts.gov, "Tennessee Judicial District Map"
|John Everett Williams||65.6%|
|D. Kelly Thomas||64.9%|
|Roger A. Page||64.9%|
|Thomas T. Woodall||65.2%|
|Norma McGee Ogle||64.0%|
- See also: Tennessee judicial elections, 2014
|Judge||Incumbency||Retention vote||Retention Vote %|
|Roger A. Page||Yes||71.16%|
- See also: Tennessee judicial elections, 2012