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Justice Cornelia Clark of Tennessee; cheerleader for attorney felons


The state of Tennessee presented Cornelia A. Clark with a law license in 1979 after she graduated from Vanderbilt University School of Law.


In one matter, Cornelia voted to reinstate the law license of convicted felon William Lockett Jr. of Knoxville. To determine the magnitude of Mr. Lockett’s criminal behavior, visit the URL listed at the end of this article.


In voting to reinstate Billy the Felon’s law license, Cornelia must have been under the firm belief that he had a constitutional right to earn a dishonest living practicing law.


Thanks to Cornelia and those of her ilk, the good folks living in the Knoxville area have yet another convicted felon practicing law.


As we speak (ca. October 2017), Cornelia continues to sit as the Chief Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court


Attorney William Lockett Jr. of Knoxville, TN; thieving felon 



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