Current Pending Cases – Criminal

State of Tennessee v. Amanda Jean Phillips (Denied Motion for Judgement Relief)

Style: State of Tennessee v. Amanda Jean Phillips

TSC Docket Number: E2022-01699-SC-R11-CD

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The Defendant, Amanda Jean Phillips, appeals the trial court’s denial of her motion to “Set Aside, Amend and/or Correct Improper and Unlawful Judgments.” The Defendant argues (1) that her judgments are void due to noncompliance with the statutes and rules governing the entry of judgment forms and (2) that she is entitled to relief pursuant to Tennessee Rule of Criminal Procedure 36. Following our review, we have determined that we lack jurisdiction to hear the Defendant’s voidness arguments and that the Defendant has waived review of her Rule 36 claim. Accordingly, the appeal is dismissed.

Permission to Appeal Granted: April 18, 2024

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