Post-Trial and Post-Judgment Matters

Preclusive Effect of a Final Order

Except as indicated, all indented material is copied directly from the court’s opinion. 

Decisions of the Tennessee Supreme Court

Recipient of Final Expunction Order in McNairy County Circuit Court Case No. 3279 v. Rausch, No. M2021-00438-SC-R11-CV, p. 5  (Tenn. May 27, 2022).

Issues of statutory interpretation, as well as the preclusive effect of a final order, are questions of law which we also review de novo. See Willeford v. Klepper, 597 S.W.3d 454, 464 (Tenn. 2020); Colonial Pipeline Co. v. Morgan, 263 S.W.3d 827, 836 (Tenn. 2008); Allen, 593 S.W.3d at 153; In re Taylor B.W., 397 S.W.3d 105, 111 (Tenn. 2013).


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