at P O Box 150866, Nashville, 37215 United States
April L. Jackson serves clients throughout Nashville and Middle Tennessee as they prepare for possible or desired changes to their legal status.
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One of my favorite things to see at the courthouse: Newlyweds!
To the man sitting near me at lunch: You may think it is okay to ask for a free cup for water and then get soda in it. However, Tennessee law defines it as theft. Please govern yourself accordingly. Yours truly, A lawyer who thinks we should tell jokes about your ethics, not mine
We celebrated Easter with our family and friends. Hope yours was just as wonderful!
Busy, busy, busy....but I love it!
Last post before I disconnect for jury duty. See you on the other side!
Just left court after a busy day. So glad dinner is in the crockpot.
The holiday baking begins now! A chocolate cake with strawberry whipped cream, plus I'll be making Mom's cheese ball this year. What are you making for tomorrow's dinner?
Today my little brother's name got called in criminal court. Momentary panic caused by having a common name.
"With malice toward none; with charity for all; with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in; to bind up the nation's wounds; to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan..." -Abraham Lincoln, 1865 Inaugural Address Thank you to all of our veterans and active duty military today, and to the families and loved ones who sacrifice at home to make your service possible. May our country care for you as you have cared for us.
"What the people want is very simple -- they want an America as good as its promise." -- Barbara Jordan, American politician and activist
Death row inmate Paul Dennis Reid died just before 6pm tonight at a hospital in Nashville. I hope all the families involved will now be able to find closure and move forward in peace.
"Judge a man by his questions rather than by his answers." -- Voltaire, French writer and historian