Petition: Tennesseans no longer able to secure rights - Nooganomics
This excerpt from the petition for remonstrance by John Gentry of Goodlettsville, Tenn., argues that the general assembly should impose reforms on a political and legal system gridlocked in favor of the attorney and judicial classes. By John Gentry, CPA The undeniable fact that constitutionally guaranteed rights are no longer enforceable for Tennesseans, alone provides sound basis for General Assembly to exercise its supervisory power. No matter the crime or rights violation, Tennesseans cannot enforce their rights against state court judges, even when only seeking equitable relief. (1) If a citizen complains of rights violations or crimes perpetrated against them