Reflections from the Bench
Reflections from the Bench

Don Ash Family

When I used the term “judicial family” during my career, I was always referring to the men and women in the Tennessee judiciary, present and past. It has been a blessing to share my work life with so man...

I asked my family what it was like having a judge for a husband and father. This is what they said

When I used the term “judicial family” during my career, I was always referring to the men and women in the Tennessee judiciary, present and past. It has been a blessing to share my work life with so man...

We were selecting a jury in a child abuse case. Early during voir dire, one juror started shaking noticeably, tears coming down her face. The attorney who had been asking questions directed his next que...

Procedural Fairness and Trauma: How do we avoid re-traumatizing our court users?

We were selecting a jury in a child abuse case. Early during voir dire, one juror started shaking noticeably, tears coming down her face. The attorney who had been asking questions directed his next que...

My name is Dave and I’m an incivility-holic. Hi, Dave! I don’t know where to begin. I didn’t want to become uncivil, it just kind of happened, I guess. I grew up in an uncivil family. My paren...

My testimony at Incivility Anonymous

My name is Dave and I’m an incivility-holic. Hi, Dave! I don’t know where to begin. I didn’t want to become uncivil, it just kind of happened, I guess. I grew up in an uncivil family. My paren...

Don Ash Family
I asked my family what it was like having a judge for a husband and father. This is what they said

Procedural Fairness and Trauma: How do we avoid re-traumatizing our court users?

The differences between military courts-martial and civilian courts

Roger B. Taney: One Decision Makes a Legacy, Part II

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